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About Me

Gregory Sievers has an extensive Art background. He had  training in figure and anatomy drawing in Secondary School. He received his Associate of Fine Arts Degree in 1976 from Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho. He went on to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. In 1982 he received a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. His masters thesis was a compilation of Still Lifes depicting aspects of the early west.

In 1996, Greg was appointed by the Governor of Idaho to serve as a Commissioner on the Idaho Commission on the Arts. In 1996 and 1997, Greg served the commission on the Policy and Planning Board and as Chair of the Individual Artists Committee.

A unique form of impressionism can be seen in Greg’s style. Many of the early impressionist styles were far more detailed than most realize. Though Greg’s paintings appear to be quite detailed, a closer look will reveal expressive brush work and charming impressionistic textures.

His latest series explore more abstractly the concept of not just what we see, but how we see the World around us.

As an artist, Greg feels that his work can affect people on many levels. He enjoys painting a variety of subjects and themes, he is always finding new ways to express his romantic leanings.

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