STATEMENT: Good art is intelligent. Empirical method, process, entropy, emotion, physical risk, permanence vs. impermanence, geology, research; these are the tools of my trade. If the work is successful it is because of these tools. If the work fails it is because of my improper use of these tools. QUOTES: George Geyer's sculpture toys with the mind. What we know what we see are two different things. Translating scientific knowledge of material strength to art, he confuses our senses by making glass flow likewater. - Henry T. Hopkins
BIOGRAPHY: Born in the Southwest, George is strongly connected with the rhythm of the Pacific beaches and the great forests of California. George's love of nature is at the root of his work. Although aesthetically industrial, his minimalist, intrinsically scientific work deals directly with nature's most humanly relevant, sublime and potentially dangerous properties: force, entropy, climatic volatility and jeopardy.