photo by Rob Beimel

Artist Gregory William Frux is inspired by the both the brownstones of his native Brooklyn and the towering spires of Patagonia, and has become known as a painter of both urban and wilderness subjects.  His city subjects include New York harbor, nocturnes, industrial scenes and historic architect.  Greg has melded his love of the wilderness and his creative work.  Over the last two decades he has worked as Artist in Residence in four National Parks, including Glacier, Joshua Tree, Death Valley.  In addition he painted aboard ships sailing to Arctic Norway, Antarctica and at the Mount Washington weather station.
His work has appeared in many group shows and solo shows including at two United States Embassies, the American Mountaineering Museum and Death Valley National Park.  His work is in the collections of New York University, the Library of Congress, the National Park Service, New York City’s Department of Education, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the American Mountaineering Museum, Museum at the State University at New Paltz and many private collectors.