About the Exhibition 

Bremerton based sculptor Alan Newberg’s exhibitions focus on his most recent series of abstract wood sculptures, with some earlier pieces included for context. His large abstract and semi-abstract carvings are made of fine woods, including black walnut, English walnut and clear vertical grain fir. The largest of these sculptures is over 9 feet tall.

Newberg’s themes vary – some artworks suggest elements from nature, including human or animal subjects - while others are abstractions using geometric pieces with straight lines and hard edges. The artist’s inspirations include science (such as physics, astronomy and biology) as well as contemporary literature and
social issues.

Artist Biography

Alan Newberg is a practicing artist with a residence and studio in Central Kitsap County. In addition to his studio work, he taught drawing, painting, design, sculpture and art history courses at Olympic College from 1989 to 2009.

Prior to moving to Kitsap in 1989, he was a Professor of Art and Department Chair at Montana State University Billings. He is a founding member of the Collective Visions Gallery in Bremerton and the lead organizer of the CVG (Collective Visions Gallery) Show, a juried art competition in Washington State, now in its 10th year.

Newberg is an award winning artist. His work has been exhibited widely and is included in numerous museum, corporate and private collections. Newberg has three degrees in studio art, a BA from the University of Sioux Falls, an MA from the University of Wyoming and an MFA from the University of Oregon.

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