Gregory Euclide’s Landscapes

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I am fascinated by the creativity of Gregory Euclide.  His landscapes are a mixed media, surreal, pleasure to rest your eyes on.   As a kid I loved building dioramas in shoe boxes and frequently ran up against challenges of creating realism that I couldn’t overcome.  So I am finding the way in which he brings together materials interesting and thought provoking.

gregory euclid landscape

Plus I thought I was the only one who looked upon landscape paintings and wished that I could step in.  And  I also wondered where the water or stream went should it continue right out of the frame.  I guess Gregory has had these thoughts too.

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  1. p bargar on July 8, 2011 at 2:35 pm

    very cool.

  2. Laurie Brown on July 10, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    Those are wonderful! What a great idea!

    I’m going to take this as a sign that I’m not crazy for thinking about painting a backdrop on the boring shop wall to make it look like the garden goes on back… of course, there is the problem of the changing seasons if one does it outdoors. Hm.

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