Gregory William Frux 


Brooklyn-based artist Gregory William Frux documents and celebrates the life of his city in oil paintings & drawings.  His work has earned recognition from such diverse organizations as Brooklyn Arts Council, The Library of Congress, Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the National Park Service. Besides his urban work, Greg has been inspired by his time in the wilderness. His travel adventures have become sources for his art.


Landscape Drawing for Expeditions.
May 19th to 23, 9 AM to 12:30 PM, fee $400
Five day intensive workshop, hone your skills for outdoor work where in remote wilderness or New York City.
Classes will run 3 1/2 hours daily with the first half hour devoted to site selection and discussion of special skills needed, followed by drawing and sharing. Daily outdoor secessions in Manhattan Parks, waterfront and industrial areas.
Call registrar at the Art Student League (212) 247 - 4510 ext. 0 or visit the ASL registrar
at 215 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
Class is suitable for all levels of ability.

Shawangunks Portfolio
Ten large and dramatic etchings of the famed cliffs located near New Paltz, New York,
available- limited edition of 25 in a customized archival box. Available now at $1250.

March 2014 Newsletter here!