About Your Teacher:

Artist Biography

Gerald Stoner teaches sculpture, ceramics, photography, and visual arts at Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans, Vermont. In addition Gerald is an instructor at Community College of Vermont in St. Albans and Burlington teaching ceramics, sculpture, and photography I and II. Gerald’s sculpture and photography has been displayed throughout New England and group exhibitions in Colorado, Illinois, New York and Texas.

Gerald has received various awards for his work at a number of shows including Noble Horizons in Salisbury, Connecticut, Open Spectrum in Libertyville, Illinois, and the Annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show in Corpus Christi, Texas.

“The trio of pieces making up “Circus Series #7” by Gerald Stoner, installed in front of Lake Champlain Chocolates, seems to defy gravity. Composed of welded, weathered steel, each stands about nine feet tall. Stoner’s compositions gracefully balance geometric shapes, with cut beams perched on thinner forms and designs ground into the rusty surfaces… “Seven Days Art Review: South End Art Hop Outdoor Sculpture, Burlington, VT Marc Awodey [09.07.11]

Gerald was born in Kokomo, Indiana, and grew up in upstate New York. He received his B.A in sculpture and photography from State University of New York at Plattsburgh and his M.F.A. in sculpture from Northern Illinois University. He lives in Underhill, Vermont with his wife and two young sons.