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Gregory Stocks

"Coastal Overlook"



"5 Palm Overlook"


"Fade into Dusk"


"Evening Warmth"


"Time for a Dip"

"The Front Line"

"Desert Composition"

"Zig Zag"


"Golden Hour of an Evening"


"Dusk on the Dunes"


"San Jacinto Backdrop"

"Desert Afternoon"

"High Desert Hillside"

"Among Friends"


"Sun Kissed"


"Evening Light"




"California Backroad"


"Hugging the Coastline"


"Get Up Stand Up"


"Rocky Point Afternoon"


"In the Light"



"Valley Lights"

"Stand up Guys"

"Golden Moment"

"Made in the Shade"

"Rolling On"

"Warm Evening"

"Late in the Day"

"Standing Tall"

"Spring Colors"

"I'm the Breeze"

"Summer Afternoon"

"Tide Pools"

"Melody at Dusk"

"Water View Grove"

"Shady Conversation"

"Falling Away"

"Summer Drama"

"Lighted Valley"

"Stand Outs"

"First Blush"

"End of the Beach"

"Winding Water"

"Afternoon Sun"

"Out with Friends"

"Foggy Morning Mist"

"Color Field"

"Mission View"

"A Party of Two"


"Morning Vista"

"Soothing Dusk"

"Overhead Color"


"One Day in November"

"Moonrise Pastoral"

"Clear Day Panorama"

"3 Doors Down"


"Palmas y Luna"


"On the Level"


"Blue Sky Desert"


"A Quiet Afternoon"


"Seven Up"




"Peaceful Day"


"Warm Dusk"


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Gregory D. Stocks

     Gregory Stocks has been a professional exhibiting artist for over a decade and is recognized for his remarkable combination of classical representation and contemporary execution.  In a light, fast pace he lays down bold, flat-edged brushstrokes using rich earth tones.  His style is stark, with a clean, contemporary feel. His scenes are a combination of memories and imagination… improvised landscapes intended to relate not so much a place as “a place in one’s heart and emotions”.

     Gregory was born in Lubbock, Texas in 1963. His High School years were spent in Idaho, where early interests in art and music led to numerous awards and have become lifelong passions.

     Arriving in Utah in 1981, Greg attended Utah State University where he earned a Bachelors degree in Art.  He then worked as a designer in the sportswear industry while pursuing a career in fine art. Shortly after his first solo exhibition in 1998, he began painting full time.

     Gregory’s work has been featured in the publications Southwest Art and American Art Collector.  In addition to exhibiting at the US Embassy in Brussels, Belgium in 2005, his work is represented in many private and public collections in America and abroad.

     My work is an effort to create images that serve as emotional detours from the noise and confusion of the surrounding world. I find the process of painting to be similar to that of writing a song. There is a basic structure or rhythm to the work. The melody comes into play in the form of color, brushwork and the expressive possibilities of process.  ~Gregory Stocks


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