Board of Directors
For over 20 years, we have been the sculpture center of the Northwest. Our organization represents a broad range of traditional and contemporary sculpture artists. Our board is an equally diverse group, all actively involved in sculpture work.
Chas Martin is a full time sculptor and painter. Educated as a visual communicator, he worked for several decades as a creative director for ad agencies in Boston and San Francisco. His experiences in film, exhibit design, and experience design all influence his current sculptural work.
Dave and his spouse, Jennifer Corio, have been creating public art together after careers in the high-tech industry. In their artistic partnership, Jennifer provides artistic vision and design while Dave uses his craftsmanship to bring her concepts to life in his metal shop.
Terri Elioff is an enthusiastic art groupie and volunteer with a great love of three dimensional art. Staging, staffing, hosting gallery and festival shows? She is in!
George Heath has been a full-time cartoonist/sculptor since 1972. Awkward with pencil and brush he found sculpting and natural fit. He served twice as president of PNWS and was instrumental in constructing our early online presence, bylaws and our successful application for 501 (c)(3) non-profit status.
Rocky Jaeger is a ceramic artist and creator of whimsical animal sculptures known as Rock Dogs. “I work best in an improvisational headspace, and each new piece is a new opportunity to connect to my inner child.” His works, including functional vessels and sculptures, are infused with levity, humor, and character, whether through animals or experimental forms.
Wade Womack works primarily with the reduction wood block printing technique and currently teaches woodblock printing and drawing at riverARTadventures studio in Bend, Oregon. After 30 years as a printer and master framer, Wade is applying his knowledge of craft to pieces he calls “Total Art”, which engage multiple senses: visual, auditory, experiential and time based, to bring a deeper appreciation of our environment and that which surrounds us.