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Gregory Euclide with Mark M. Whelan

as if muting the land was part of knowing
  • acrylic, eurocast, foam, Goldenrod, Hosta, moss, paper, pencil, plastic, Sedum, wood, zip tie
  • 2012  |  26 x 19 x 9 (Framed)
Gregory Euclide’s work is fascinating on many levels: the feelings each piece evokes, his use of a range of materials from the timeless (paint, pencil) to the unmistakably modern (foam, plastic), the intricacy of each visual detail… I became an avid admirer at first sight and each time I revisit his website or flickr page, or find his work featured in magazines or online, I am enthralled again as if I had just happened upon the magical lands he creates in each piece. To me, his pieces carry with them both an intricate softness and enough secrets alluded to in the titles, to keep the viewer coming back for more.

Gregory has been published in ARTnews, Art Ltd. Magazine, and Hi-Fructose Magazine among others. He has had two museum solo exhibitions this year at North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks, ND and Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, NV respectively. He lives and works in the Minnesota River Valley.

then wanting came to mean touching without (the land) was normal

  • acrylic, Buckthorn root, Eurocast, fern, grass, moss, mylar, paper, pencil, photo transfer, sage, sedum, sponge
  • 2012  |  26 x 24 x 6 (Framed)
    In addition to his captivating relief works, Gregory’s flat works offer a visual depth all their own, bringing new perspectives to the field of painting.
    emptied our seeing in the difficulty of our enjoyment
    • Acrylic, moss, sedum, and fabric on Canvas
    • 2010  |  36 x 48
    Gregory also created a beautiful collection of works for Bon Iver’s newest album and singles which can be explored here:
    Please watch this wonderful video showing Gregory at work on the album art for Bon Iver here:

    See Gregory Euclide’s portfolio here:

    Thanks to Mark M. Whelan 
    New Collection here

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