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                  An American Impressionist, Gregory works each day to paint in the vein of the impressionists. “I wish to carry on the conversation begun by Monet, and I believe there is still much to be said”, says Gregory. Having been an avid drawer while growing up it wasn‘t until 1998 that Gregory began painting in earnest. After 18 years of painting more and more his work is infusing the stately quality of the traditional impressionists with his own unique approach and subject choice.
                  Growing up with a love for drawing, Gregory’s first painting experiences came later in life where in college he took a couple painting classes as he earned his bachelor’s degree in English. For a year while working and attending college he and a friend rented an art studio simply to paint and draw for fun as they had time. It wasn’t until age 28, six years after those first real painting experiences that he finally decided to open the door again to the undying urge to be an artist. He took back-to-back painting workshops from notable artists Robert Moore and Delbert Gish and became enamored with the work of the California and Russian impressionists. With passion ablaze, he and his wife began the difficult and unending journey that many artists before have traveled. He furthered his studies with painters Robert Johnson and finally, and probably most notably, with Ovanes Berberian.

                  After many years with his wife’s encouragement and support, early in 2005 his wife was able to trade jobs from being a Physical Therapist to being a stay-at-home mom and Gregory started painting full time. With a son and a daughter, Gregory prefers to travel and paint with his family or paint near home.

                  “. . . It is this daily life we live, the nature of ourselves and our world, that so excites me when standing before my canvas—life’s vital creation that is my source of inspiration and humility.” —Gregory Packard

                  • 1-Person Show • Brinton Museum: Inaugural show of newly built, state of the art facility, 2015
                  • Northwest Rendezvous Group Show: Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine’s “Best of Show” award, 2017
                  • Vernon Filley Museum invitational, 2017
                  • Gilcrease Museum invitational miniature show, 2015, 2016
                  • 3-Person Show • Greenhouse Gallery • San Antonio, TX • Nov. 2012–2008
                  • 2-Person Show • Scottsdale Fine Art • Scottsdale, AZ • 2011, 2009–2008
                  • 1-Person Show • Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum • Big Horn, WY • 2010
                  • 2-Person Show • Long Gallery • Scottsdale, AZ • March, 2006
                  • 1-Person Show • Greenwhichhouse Gallery • Cincinnati, OH • 2011, 2006–2005
                  • 1-Person Show • Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum • Big Horn, WY • 2004
                  • 1-Person Show • Montana Trails Gallery • Bozeman, MT • 2007, 2005, 2004, 2002
                  • Southwest Art, feature article June 2015
                  • Southwest Art, editorial and cover image May 2013
                  • Southwest Art, feature article August 2012
                  • Southwest Art, group article October 2010
                  • Art of the West, feature article March/April 2010 and Collectors’ edition 2011
                  • Western Art Collector, March issue 2009
                  •, May 2008
                  • American Art Collector, April issue 2008, April issue 2010
                  • Great Artists of Today, 2005 calendar, December featured artist
                  • "How Did You Paint That? 100 Ways to Paint Flowers & Gardens": International Artist's
                  • "Collector's Choice": Cowboys and Indians magazine, January, 2004
                  • "Artists to Watch": Southwest Art magazine, December, 2002
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                          During this time of crisis, when our lives are upended daily as new information is available, John Marzolf and the staff at the Broadmoor Galleries want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for your partnership and loyalty.  We are reminded of our strength in the community during this moment and we are truly grateful for our extended family.  We have been contacted by many of our artists, who are also concerned about our current events and they’ve decided to lower their prices during these uncertain times.  We know that as the world seems to stand, still life continues to happen - birthdays, anniversaries, Easter and Mother’s Day all will still occur and these lower prices will ease the strain at this time.  Inquire about specific pieces and Krista or Jamie will let you know the temporality lowered prices.

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                          Gallery Directors
                          Krista Steed

                          Jamie Oberloh

                          John Marzolf
                          Broadmoor Galleries

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                          John Marzolf and the Broadmoor Galleries Staff