Greg Piazza is an award-winning Dallas photographer and painter frequently featured in contemporary and fine art publications. Born in Houma, LA in 1979, Greg grew up surrounded by nature in the sugar cane fields and bayous of South Louisiana. He moved to Dallas, Texas in 2002 and has since exhibited in numerous juried exhibitions including: Camera 2021, The National: Best of Contemporary Photography 2018 and 2017 Fort Works Art, 40 Under 40. Greg’s exhibition history includes shows in Dallas, Fort Worth, New York, Scottsdale, Naples, Denver, Ann Arbor, Fort Wayne, and Waterbury. His artworks have been collected by the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, The Mattatuck Museum, and numerous private and corporate collectors. Greg began making art to cope with the loss of his brother in 2004, finding peace in creating simple compositions focusing on contrasting color, shape, and texture. In 2007, Greg’s work shifted as he explored how environment shapes our thoughts and emotions. He seeks out remote landscapes through which he can find a simple and calming connection back to his brother. Greg’s photographs consistently include permanent subjects such as mountains, boulders, or architecture juxtaposed with moving elements such as clouds or water. Greg has worked with Alan Ross on fine-tuning his approach to processing and printing.
SOLD - Hillside Aspens, Grand Teton National Park, 2021, photograph, framed: 21 x 36 inches
A River Runs Through It #5, Costilla, New Mexico, 2021, photograph, framed: 20 x 14 1/4 inches
Mormon Row Barn and Tetons Storm, Grand National Teton Park, 2021, photograph, framed: 13 1/4 x 20 inches
Pilgrims Creek Cottonwood, Grand Teton National Park, 2021, photograph, framed: 20 x 13 1/4 inches
Clouds Over Gallisteo, Gallisteo, New Mexico, 2021, photograph, framed: 13 1/4 x 20 inches
SOLD - Split Rock, Joshua Tree National Park, 2021, photograph, framed: 20 x 13 1/4 inches
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