John Gregg was born in Yuma: Arizona in 1957.
John is the second generation raised in Arizona. The major influence behind his art was his mother, Corrine Mathiesen Gregg, who was a prolific artist.
In 1995 John opened John Gregg Photography at www.johngregg.com . Using his photography of back country of Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico and the Sierra Nevada mountains of California
2008 John began Ceramics by John Gregg and also was part owner of Clay Arts Vegas in Las Vegas, NV.
In 2014 John’s back would not let him lift clay anymore. John found new art medium, painting. He found painting very tactical, building layers of depth and color. John uses his large photographic library as references for his paintings and he tries to tell a story in his paintings.
2016 John opened John Gregg Studio’s which includes Photography, Ceramics and Paintings. John’s work has recently been displayed at Las Vegas Artist Guild Gallery, City of the World Gallery and Gallery To Go.
2022 John found the close work in his painting was getting difficult. So using some copper he used for enmeshing his ceramic. He started using house hold chemicals to create copper patinas. Copper patinas can be deep purple, dark blue to turquoise.
John Gregg Studios is displaying copper patina bookmarks at Las Vegas Artist Guild Gallery
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