About

Kerry Brock

Kerry Brock is a painter, printmaker, bookmaker and an award winning-journalist.  Whatever her day job through the years, she always made art.  Kerry grew up on a farm in Pasco, WA, driving harvesting equipment, exhibiting her sheep and horses in 4-H events and sewing her own clothes. She joined the debate team at Washington State University, which sparked an interest in journalism. The life of manual labor was over. During her 20-year television career, she hosted the PBS program Freedom Speaks, served as a media analyst for CNN, Fox, Time, the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times and spent a decade as a news anchor/reporter for KOMO-TV, the ABC affiliate in Seattle.  She was also a founding employee of EdificeRex.com in New York, NY.   A move to Connecticut launched her art career, which also meant a return to manual labor.  Funny how things happen.  She has been a member of the Silvermine Arts Guild, the Center for Contemporary Printmaking and the Westport Arts Center.  Kerry now lives and works in Nashville, TN.