.(In|Out)sider$ About Grey Forest Studio, LLC. Jerel’s Portfolio Inez’s Portfolio


.(In|Out)sider$ was a complete success. Thank you to everyone who was involved with the process and helped to facilitate the show.

About Grey Forest Studio, LLC.

Who is Grey Forest Studio, LLC?
The Harwood’s have been married since 1998 giving them the experience of fifteen years of teamwork. The Harwoods started Grey Forest Studio, LLC in 2011 with a dream to follow in the career footprints of artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude… (read more)

Jerel’s Portfolio

Selected images from Jerel Harwood’s Portfolio

Inez’s Portfolio

selected images from Inez Harwood’s Portfolio

We are a Fine Arts Studio specializing in Architectural Sculpture, Painting & Ceramic Art.

Jerel Harwood: Identity Crisis | Artists of Utah’s 15 Bytes

Ehren Clark: Art Critic for 15 Bytes Utah did a review of .(In|Out)sider$ Here is a short snippet of the review/interview: It is an amazing read.  Head on over to 15 Bytes to read the whole article. via Jerel Harwood: Identity Crisis | Artists of Utah’s 15 Bytes.

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Mark Your Calendars – February 21, 2014 – .(In|Out)sider$ – MFA Show

Grey Forest Studio, LLC. known for breaking the Guinness world record for longest tie-dye, now shifts from vibrant color to macabre elegance. A transition showing versatility in style without dismissing Grey Forest Studio’s flare for the dramatic; this show, “.(In|Out)sider$”, designed by Jerel Harwood contains sixteen, ¾ life-size figurative sculptures representative of ‘Gothic Couture’. Sculpted from […]

Stippling the Duck

I’ve gone dot crazy…  Doing the stippled patterns has become slightly addictive.  My latest undertaking is a piece that I got from a friend of mine.  I have found that doing this process is very meditative and a great way to decompress while working on my sculptures.  It helps me to be productive while giving […]

Playing with Overglaze

I have been taking some of the extra cups I threw while getting ready for the cup exchange and have started playing with my overglazes. The color shift in the base glaze was a bit unexpected, but has been fun to experiment with.  I have also learned that stippling is an exceedingly tedious method of […]

Cup Exchange | B-66

There are two things I want to announce. First some of the other 3-d students and I decided to start a group blog about life in building B-66.  You can follow the blog over at b-66.com. I have posted over on b-66.com images and a video from the opening of our latest show: “Cup Exchange”. […]