Kerry BrockKerry Brock explores time and connectedness in her sculptured paintings, drawings, prints, and hand made books.  Bold graphics, storytelling, and landscape influence her art practice, steeped in personal and professional history.

Kerry grew up on a farm in Pasco, WA, driving crop-harvesting equipment, competing with her sheep and horses in 4-H events and sewing her own clothes. At Washington State University she joined the debate team and discovered broadcast journalism, which led to 20 award-winning years in television news.

She served as anchor/reporter for KOMO TV in Seattle, host of the national PBS program Freedom Speaks and media analyst for CNN, Fox, Time, The Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times.  She was also a founding employee of in New York City.

Kerry shows her work throughout the Northeast and is a member of the Silvermine Guild of Artists, the Westport Arts Center and the Center for Contemporary Printmaking.

She resides in Weston, CT with her husband John Seigenthaler and their son Jack.