Currently living and working in Galveston, Texas, Gregory Bergeron draws from his years in architecture, interior design, and fine art to create pieces that embody the design concepts of shape, line, texture, pattern, illusion, form, and color. In his more whimsical, "realist landscapes" one can see all these experiences transformed into engaging paintings of places you may remember from your daily lives.
He approaches each piece as a process of abstract problem solving. His work also incorporates the skills learned from designing murals and making decorative paint finishes. Occasionally he will use a realistic, architecturally rendered approach to portray overlooked and possibly vanishing scenes of the urban landscape.
He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Architecture, and has worked and studied fine art in Galveston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and Los Angeles.
For information or commissions, please contact the artist on the contact link above.