Gregory Euclide
Nature Out There

Gregory Euclide’s intricately crafted sculptural works explore the tension between idealized, picturesque views of landscapes and actual experiences of being in nature. Using traditional methods of landscape painting combined with natural materials and found objects, Euclide constructs three dimensional encapsulated worlds where pristine notions of landscape meet the reality of our current environment.

Gregory Euclide, My Bare Foot Adds the Soft Bridge to Sky’s Repeating, 2011. Acrylic, canvas, euro cast, fruticose, moss, mylar, pencil, paper, sedum, sponge, and vellum, 29 x 23 x 7 inches. Courtesy of the artist and David B. Smith Gallery. Gregory Euclide, Surrounding My Hands in the Stain of Warmth Sinking, 2011. Acrylic, pencil, found foam, lichen, lily seed, moss, Mylar, photo transfer, pine, plastic, sage, sedum, sponge, wood, and wire, 29 x 23 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the artist and David B. Smith Gallery.