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ABOUT


GREGORY BECK

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ABOUT


GREGORY BECK

 

Gregory Beck has devoted his life to art. Along with his unique, vibrant paintings in oil and acrylic, in recent years, he has focused on figurative sculpture. Beck traveled Europe surrounding himself with the works of Renaissance masters. Self-taught, he spent time sculpting in Florence, Italy, inspired by the city and it’s timeless art treasures. Developing his unique style and approach to figurative sculpture, Gregory has drawn from a lifetime of experience. A distinctive—and instinctive—ability to blend the purity of classical sculpture with a unique sense of modern realism allows Gregory Beck to create beautiful, inspirational works. Working strictly from imagination, each sculpture is striking in its composition—with powerfully emphasized human anatomy—revealing Beck’s perceptive understanding of physiology, human relationships, and emotion.

“Intrigued as to how and why visual art affects us, I take joy in continuing to explore and develop every aspect that art has to offer. My artistic goal to express the best of mankind, the love, happiness, strength, intricacies of relationships, history and the human endeavors in all facets of life. My philosophy is that life presents us with enough challenging and negative situations, and through art, I strive to offer the viewer an opportunity for temporary escape and visual enjoyment. I am dedicated to presenting art that adds a degree of beauty, mystery, and wonder into life and I am excited by the prospect of creating avenues of visual stimulation for public enjoyment.” GRB

With the desire to give something back to a world that has given so much to him and his family, Gregory has been dedicated in his efforts to participate in many worthwhile charitable projects. From the start of his art career, a percentage of the proceeds from his art sales have gone to the M.D. Anderson Cancer Foundation – an endeavor his late wife Linda started years before she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Beck has donated his art and time to many select national and local charity fundraising events. 

 

Art & Antiques magazine –

“Beck’s bronzes...continue to garner kudos. Last year, for example, two of his pieces were chosen for the National Sculpture Society’s “Literary Sculpture” exhibition in New York City. His many admirers might be surprised to discover that Beck rarely uses live models for his realistic-appearing forms…” 

Art World News–

For Gregory beck, art is interactive between the piece, whether it’s his sculpture or painting, and the viewer. Creating figurative bronze sculptures that feature a mix of realism with abstract, he wants the viewer to look at the whole piece – all 360 degrees – and be able to draw on their own experiences and form their own conclusions…” 

 

 
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Tribute to Linda


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tribute

In loving memory of Linda Marie Beck, a percentage of all profits from the sale of art by Gregory Beck is donated to the M. D. Anderson Cancer Research Foundation. For more information, please contact us by info@artbygregorybeck.com. Everyone is affected by this disease, in one way or another, so please take care of yourselves.

Remember: “Life can be so short.” We have all heard this, but too often by the time we realize it most of our lives are over. Linda gave all she could. And I’ll never forget one of the last things she said, “Oh Greg, we all waste so much time being angry.”

Live by the golden rule. Live your life to the fullest. Make each day count, and never forget to say “I love you” to the people closest to you. You never know when it will be the last time you see them.

With Love, GREGORY BECK & FAMILY

Tribute to Linda


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tribute

In loving memory of Linda Marie Beck, a percentage of all profits from the sale of art by Gregory Beck is donated to the M. D. Anderson Cancer Research Foundation. For more information, please contact us by info@artbygregorybeck.com. Everyone is affected by this disease, in one way or another, so please take care of yourselves.

Remember: “Life can be so short.” We have all heard this, but too often by the time we realize it most of our lives are over. Linda gave all she could. And I’ll never forget one of the last things she said, “Oh Greg, we all waste so much time being angry.”

Live by the golden rule. Live your life to the fullest. Make each day count, and never forget to say “I love you” to the people closest to you. You never know when it will be the last time you see them.

With Love, GREGORY BECK & FAMILY

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Memorial

In Memory of Tara Morningstar. Tara was lost to a tragic accident. We have lost a Daughter, Sister, Mother & Grandmother, Friend and a Dedicated Studio/Workshop Assistant. She has gone on ahead and peacefully waits for us all to join her.

Rest in Peace Tara.

memorial Tara


Memorial

In Memory of Tara Morningstar. Tara was lost to a tragic accident. We have lost a Daughter, Sister, Mother & Grandmother, Friend and a Dedicated Studio/Workshop Assistant. She has gone on ahead and peacefully waits for us all to join her.

Rest in Peace Tara.