Drew Gregory

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Drew  Gregory Choppy Day_ McCrae
Choppy Day, McCrae
acrylic on paper
42 x 28 cm
Drew  Gregory Dangerous
Dangerous Mix
mixed media on canvas
112 x 198 cm
Drew  Gregory Drifter
oil on caravaggio linen
61 x 102 cm
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Drew  Gregory

Drew Gregory

Drew Gregory Biography

Drew Gregory was born in Melbourne in 1947. He studied printmaking and painting at Prahran Technical College and R.M.I.T. as well as Fine Arts at the University of Melbourne. During this time he received tuition from many notable artists including George Baldessin, Jan Senbergs, Andrew Sibley and Peter Booth. Later in life he gained valuable insights and advice from Albert Tucker and Clifton Pugh.

It was Pugh`s son Shane who organized the highly successful Drew Gregory/Clifton Pugh national touring exhibition (1996-97), unique for reaching remote Aboriginal communities, major towns and capital cities in nearly all states with an amazing twenty-three openings.

Gregory has held 41 solo shows and has been involved in numerous group exhibitions throughout Australia; but has also held highly successful solo exhibitions in Chicago, Toronto, Hong Kong, Kowloon and Singapore. He has been a finalist in national exhibitions including the Doug Moran Portrait Prize where he won Nation`s Choice; in 1994, the A.C.T.A. Shipping Awards (twice), the Tattersall’s Club National Landscape Prize (five times), the Discovery Art Show and Prints Across Australia touring regional galleries. In 2008, 2010 and 2011 he won Members’ Choice in the Tattersall’s Club National Landscape Prize.

Gregory has travelled extensively both throughout Australia and overseas (with a special preference for South Pacific Islands), and he has won numerous local and national awards. His work is represented in public, private and civic collections internationally.

Drew Gregory Resumé

41 solo in Australia, Hong Kong, Kowloon, Chicago, Singapore and Toronto. Represented in Australia over the years by numerous galleries, among them; Eltham Wiregrass Gallery (Melbourne), Libby Edwards Galleries ( South Yarra, Melbourne), Kensington Gallery (Adelaide), Quasions Gallery, (Mornington, Victoria), Astras Galleries (Main Beach, Queensland), Qdos Gallery ( Lorne, Victoria) and Jenny Pihan Fine Art ( Sorrento, Frankston and Hampton (Victoria), just to name a few.

New York Original Printmaker`s Group Inc. New York 1975
Arthur Anderson International 1983
Elders IXL 1983, 1986
Commonwealth Art Bank Australia 1983
Ministry of Education. Victoria 1983
Swinburne College, Victoria 1983
Esso Australia 1983, 1989
V.T.U. Credit Union 1991
Linfox Australia 1992
Toorak College , Victoria 1997
Tennis Australia 2001
Atheneaum Club 2001
Korumburra, Victor Harbor, Flinders, Frankston, Williamstown, Nillumbik, Benalla, Whittlesea.

Private Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, USA, Canada, France, Sweden, UK, Germany.

Highly Commended: Burke hall, Melbourne, Victoria 1984
Highly Commended: Benalla, Victoria 1985
Highly Commended: Toorak College, Mt Eliza, Victoria 1996
First Prize: Korumburra, Victoria 1984
First Prize: Framing Award, Victor Harbor, South Australia: 1985
First Prize: Ambassador Hotel Award, Frankston, Victoria 1986
First Prize: Flinders Art Award, Flinders, Victoria 1987
Acquisition Award: Nillumbik Shire, Eltham, Victoria 1988
National Finalist: A.C.T.A. Shipping awards 1989, 1990
National Finalist: Doug Moran National Portrait Prize 1994
Winner: Nations Choice Award, Doug Moran Portrait Prize 1995
Winner: Best in Show, Toorak College, Mt Eliza, Victoria 1997
Winner: Members' Choice Award, Tattersalls Club National Landscape Prize 2008, 2010, 2011

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