1/23 watercolor by John Gregg. Without Sioxsie the kitten paw prints. I had use the stippling brush to remove the prints.
Siouxsie snuck in to the studio. She tried to sneak on to the table to find out where the sound of the brush on paper is coming from. The top right thru the brushes was not expected. There is a reason for no kittens on the table.
“Landscape 1/23” watercolor by John Gregg. It’s been awhile since I moved my watercolors aside and started with copper patina. My Copper Bookmarks with patina are still going great. I’m producing some wonderful colors. I will be going watercolors with no intention of faming the work. Painting for me.
Christmas cards for 2022 will have something to do with candles. The first four candle with candle holder. I will cut them to 5″ x 7″ and attach them to the blank card. They will go to Las Vegas Artist Guild Gallery. I don’t make prints anymore I’d rather spend my time painting not cropping images.
Im not on ” Social Media ” any more, my WordPress Blog post on all platforms to display my art work.
To contact me please go to johngregg.com or #johngreggstudios
To the beach is the second watercolor painting in this series
I like this combination “TO THE BEACH” A open door will get you where you want to go. We are headed to the beach next month. Last time was the shut down for the pandemic the day we lift.
Zion Narrows day 3 It was time too walk away for the day
I haven’t added the water yet the rocks are in first. I have a round watercolor palette for sand stone.
Zion Narrows is a watercolor painting using an old photo from my library. The top half has four or five layers of watercolors. Tomorrow the bottom half.
Landscape 6/22 Watercolor painting 22” x 7” I set the color wheel to blue. The color palette was blue and yellow.
The Celebrating Life 2022 show has some great local art. The work that got awards where let best. If your near Charleston and Bush stop by Charleston Heights Arts Center they all so a small theater with Guest Artist Series, Children’s Summer Concert Series and the Rainbow Company Youth Theatre performances.
Celebrating Life! 2022 Reception
and Awards Ceremony
Juried Fine Art Competition for Active Adults 50 and Better
Friday, May 27, 2022 | 5 – 6:30 p.m.
Charleston Heights Arts Center | 800 Brush St.
Free and open to the public.
This is the 22nd year of the annual juried fine art exhibit, Celebrating Life! 2022. This year we have local artist, Linda Alterwitz as juror for the exhibit. The exhibit has proven to be appreciated and attended by many artists as seen by the artists who return each year! This exhibit never disappoints and people love to see all of the artwork in the building.
The awards ceremony is open to the awards winners and Artist selected into the main exhibit. Artwork that was not selected for the main exhibit or was not accepted into the show will have the option to be displayed in the “Salon des Refusés” show. Both exhibits will be on display after the awards ceremony with a reception. The reception and newly opened galleries are free and open to the public.
- Drawing and Pastel
- Painting (oil, acrylic)
- Mixed Media (printmaking, collage, computer graphics, etc.)
- Photography (black and white, color, digital, Electrophotography, etc.)
- Ceramic (both hand built and wheel thrown)
- Sculpture (non-ceramic)
- Watercolor and Gouache
Will remain on display through Thursday, June 23, 2022.
At the Charleston Heights Arts Center
The Salon des Refuses
Will be on display from Friday, May 27 through Wednesday, July 6, 2022
At the Charleston Heights Arts Center
Exhibition of Award Winners
Thursday, July 21 through Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022.
City Hall Chamber Gallery
495 S. Main St., 2nd Floor
“Moon Rise” was excepted in to Celebrating Life 2022. I plan on attending the reception this alert noon.
Celebrating Life 2022 excepted Moon Rise. The show will be at Charleston Heights Arts Center on Bush street Las Vegas NV going from May 27 to Wednesday June 23. Moon Rise was done last October using a watercolor palette of purple. I made the frame in my shop and cut a black double matt.
Landscape 5/22 is from several photo from trips to Canyon lands UT. My next trip to southern UT will be the first of June. With a base camp near Natural Bridges UT.
I will be painting what my muse wants and not for the next show. I like the lines in this landscape.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. I’m in good health I took a break because my creative muse stopped. My muse was letting me know I was not fine. I removed Facebook and Twitter from my phone and pulled my work from from Las Vegas Artist Guild and City of World gallery’s. I covered the a large painting in my studio. Stopping “social media” I was no longer being pushed to be mad at something out of my control. Pulling my paintings let the pressure off my muse. It took months of to get back to where I was able to uncover my painting from March and put it away for later and put a new paper on a board.
So here is things moving forward. I will be feeding my muse with trips to beautiful places every month. I no longer look at social media. I will be posting my paintings on Facebook, Tumbler, and Instagram because it’s where people are.
If you want me to respond to you come over to http://www.JohnGregg.com. Go to my WordPress blog. All my work from the years is here.
Here how to get a hold of me
The last trip to Moab UT took 7 days with four camp sites in southern UT. Escalante, to Capital Reef, to Dead Horse, to Arches. Next trip is back to southern UT base camp near Natural Bridge nation park it will be at the first of 6/22 for several days.
The last place to show my work. It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. Its been about two months of not painting. So I’ve pulled all my work from everywhere. Last year was a rough year. I’m going to see what comes next.
1 / 15 / 22 Landscape watercolor painting by John Gregg
1 / 22 Impressions Landscape watercolor painting by John Gregg. The watercolor painting was started at City of the World Gallery.
At City of the World Gallery in Meadows mall next to the down stairs entrance to Macys. Brought my watercolor paints to play with. City of the World Gallery is a non profit and has a lot of local artists represented remember to buy local.
The watercolor painting got a name “Moon Rise” I made a new frame and decided mat it in black mat board. This watercolor painting is going to Las Vegas Artist Guild Gallery at the Galleria Mall Las Vegas Artists Guild is next to the upstairs entrance to Dillards Las Vegas Artist Guild Gallery is a nonprofit gallery that represents a lot of local artists from Las Vegas. Remember to shop local first.