Visible and Invisible
A prolific and critically recognized artist and musician, Gregg Simpson has exhibited his paintings, drawings, and works on paper throughout Canada, the US, Europe, South America and Asia.
His work is included in several academic studies, art history books and journals published in Canada, Europe, and Australia and has been exhibited in several historical surveys on surrealism and abstraction.
His studio is on Bowen Island, BC, near Vancouver.
Simpson is included in several museum, university and other public collections in Canada, the U.S., South America and Asia.
The artist, who has been included in several academic studies in addition to many art history books and periodicals, has received numerous grants and awards and been active in starting several art and music organizations.
Nicole Donnely, a curator in Mexico City, wrote that Gregg Simpson's paintings flux between the solid, rooted world and the ethereal.
Writer and Surrealist historian, José Pierre, a colleague of André Breton in the Surrealist Group, wrote that Simpson knows how to add pyramids and clouds, geometry and the breeze, the palpable and the impalpable, the visible and the invisible.
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