First, Greg McHuron immerses himself in a setting, then he paints it. He might hunt an area, fish its streams, strap on cross country skis to explore its woods, or hike its craggy peaks. But he has to know it well before he puts his brush to canvas. Living in the shadow of the Grand Tetons of Wyoming for over thirty years, McHuron knows his subject matter intimately. Generally painting on location, he studies the russet colors of faded grasses, the violet hues of the shadowy waters, the play of light on snow, always with an eye toward the right mood and setting. Honing in on the landscape, its creatures and its impressions on him, McHuron strives for mood over detail. He has a degree in art from Oregon State University, worked in interior design in Eugene, Oregon and painted and studied extensively with master landscape artist Conrad Schwiering. McHuron has paintings in a large number of private and corporate collections across America. His work is also on permanent display at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.


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"Evening Halos" "Sunset Moon" "Tucson Valley Gold" "Triple Alcove" "Deer Creek Falls Afternoon" "Deer Creek Falls Morning" "La Sal Vista" "Tundra Spring"
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