Greenwood Park Invites You To An Extraordinary Experience
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Be Adventurous! Come and See What You Have Been Missing at Greenwood Park’s Gallery!
As custom framers, we feature exquisitely framed contemporary African American art. Take this opportunity to learn about the works of America's great artists such as Charles Bibbs, Laura Cooper, Jonathon Romain, Edwin Lester, Gary Saderup, and many others. Gaze in awe at the ceramic African Nouveau sculptures of Woodrow Nash, and embrace the creativity of Thomas Blackshear’s extraordinary hand-painted sculptures.
Gallery Open: Monday through Friday 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Otherwise by Appointment [call 414 651-2305]
Stop by and visit. Bring your family or friends. You will feel very welcome.
Let us help select
mats, and glass to enhance
your art, photo, certificate, textile, or memorabilia.
Greenwood Park’s Window Display
FEATURING THE WORKS OF:
Greg “The Plumber” Cox
Local Milwaukee Artist
Greg “The Plumber“was born Greg Cox in Milwaukee, WI in 1963. Greg is a self-taught artist who has been drawing since he was 4 years old. He works predominantly in the mediums
of watercolor and oil paintings but occasionally dabbles in pencil drawings. Greg is known by his friends as “Greg The Plumber” because he is a plumber by trade.
Because Greg is a music enthusiast (he plays the guitar, drums and piano) most of his art depicts musicians and singers. He also has an interest in historical figures.
The first showing of his work is featured at Greenwood Park
Gallery& Framing from October 12th thru November 2, 2014. Greg “The Plumber” lives and works in Milwaukee. Plan to “drive by” and stop in the art gallery. All of his works are available for sale!
“Our goal is to provide a palate of tastefully framed art for all art seekers, become a venue for our local art community to showcase their works, and to support local artistic groups.” GP
Giclee is French, meaning "to spray." Giclee printing of art and photos on fine quality paper or canvas. Beyond this description, a Giclee Print simply must be seen to be fully