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Jeffrey Veregge (Port Gamble S’Klallam tribe) is a Northwest artist best known for his form-line designs with pop culture inspiration that have been featured on many comic book covers. Veregge’s unique style, known as “Salish Geek,” blends Native American traditions with contemporary techniques.

His pieces We Chose (Apollo Program) and Re-Entry (Space Shuttle Program) are part of the Juried Group Show in the Red Barn.

a collective of different artworks presented on a gallery wall.


Featuring flight-inspired works from 23 artists. Explore surprising expressions in glass sculptures, experimental textiles, prints, photographs, paintings, and multimedia creations.


“For me I am carrying on a tradition that started with my ancestors,” Veregge says. “By simply using the means of today and all its modern conveniences to share the tales that I love.”

Along with his comic work, gallery shows, and public art works, Veregge had a 15-month solo exhibition in 2018 that featured his favorite Marvel characters at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian site in New York City called; Jeffrey Veregge: Of Gods & Heroes.

Courtesy of Stonington Gallery