Gregory St.Amand


Gregory St. Amand ‘ s Art is the expression of a truly curious and observant mind.
A mind filled with the beauty that life spills through our eyes over time. It is both playful
and sharp with astonishing depth. Expressed through layers of symbols and contemporary
esthetics of lines and iconography. It pushes visions of the west and the east through the eyes of boy
who grew up in a Haitian family. His extraordinary colors offer a new language of depth and boldness.

His palette gives a sense of freedom, and nostalgia. It creates an anticipation of
great joy to come. Heart warming, pleasing to the eyes. Raw talent comes out in the rudeness
of the brushstrokes making the work inviting and hypnotizing.
Every time you look at it you discover something new hidden in the layers.
You are be amazed at not seeing it before, and the charm of the work increases.

Gregory employs a wide range of art medium techniques such as inks, acrylics, charcoal, pen, markers
and various others He paints on canvas wood and even cardboard. The body of his work is a
multi-media mix presentation reflecting his subject matter. Humanity and its varied cultural languages
clearly and surprisingly peeks through his art leaving the feeling that it only could have been expressed in such a way.

Gregory was born in New York, but raised in Haiti from age 1 to his early teens
when he returned to the US to live again with his mother.
He lived in Haiti with his grandparents who affectionately called him GOGO.
He later attended college at The COOPER UNION for the Advancement of Science and Art.
Winning a full 4 year scholarship earning his BA Degree.
Gregory will be having his first solo show later this fall.

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H 56″x W 90″
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H 59″x W 55.5″
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H 68″x W 82″
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H 58″x W 63″
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The Market
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Baby Blues
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Du Cola
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Time Gone
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One Response to this post
  1. Posted on May 8, 2012 by Bernardete

    i like this so much. thanks for posting.

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