Liberato Detail...

Liberato by Gregory Beck detail. I will have more images of this work very soon. Stay Tuned.


Dedication Applauds New Additions to Public Art...

It was a beautiful day for the dedication of the East Lancaster Traffic Control Cabinets Public Art Project. We had a great crowd of Artists, Fort Worth Public Art Representatives, City Council Members, Police Dept. and Community members. 12 locations along E. Lancaster Ave. have been vinyl wrapped in as many Artist's styles. Take the time to travel the avenue and see the art. I am proud to be a part of the dynamic Public Art scene in this wonderful City.

Gregory's painting Summer Serenade was licensed by the FWPA to decorate the Traffic Control Cabinet located at E. Lancaster Ave.

Summer Serenade is a wrap...

Dave Parnell of Signature Graphics installs Summer Serenade, a painting by Gregory Beck, selected by The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County as one of the designs to be licensed for wrapping the traffic signal control cabinets along East Lancaster Avenue. Various artist's work has been chosen for this city enhancement program.

Photograph courtesy of The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County

Photograph courtesy of The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County

Fort Worth Public Art Project - Fabrication has started!

East Division Police Station Public Art Project - First phase of fabrication for my 80' foot long mural. Water-Jet cutting the materials. A long way to go, but happy to be starting actual production. Stay tuned for more updates as they happen. Thank you Jim & Jeff at Alternative Cutting Methods, Inc. in Fort Worth for a very professionally produced product. And, a special thanks to FWPA for the support in helping this become a reality.

Thanks, John & Vicki...

It’s fun to see collectors John & Vicki enjoying a trio of my ‘Das Endergebnis’ skulls. I appreciate you sending the image! Thanks to you both for your friendship and support of my artwork over the years. All my best, GRB.

John & Vicki skulls1.jpg

Short Video of finishing touches on the Liberato Life-Size Sculpture...

Getting in some last minute finishing touches on the Liberato Life-Size sculptures. Then off to mold making. The first pair of finished cast bronze sculptures will be installed at the entryway of a private art museum in Chicago. Pre-orders for this limited edition of 6 can be made by emailing us via the Contact page at Wall-hung or free standing installations can be arranged. 

Life-Size Liberato now ready for Pre-Orders...

Empowering yourself to emerge into an enlightened spiritual life by consciously liberating your mind from the past, is the inspiration for Beck’s “Liberato” sculptures.

Female“Donna Liberata” (Liberated Woman) 8’ H x 35” W x 36.5” D. Male: “Uomo Liberato” (Liberated Man) 8’-6" H x 35” W x 38” D. Both to be produced in Cast Bronze, Limited Edition of 6.

Available individually or as a set. For pre-ordering information, please contact us via the Contact Page.

For more studio images click HERE!


Public Art Council Approves Final Design for E. Lancaster Mural...

February 13,2017 - Fort Worth, TX - The Fort Worth Public Art Council unanimously approved Gregory Beck's design Pieces of the Past, Present & Future for the East Lancaster Police Department exterior wall mural. The project is an extension of artist Jack Mackie’s Public Art Master Plan for the East Lancaster Corridor (2009); which recommended artwork at the Fort Worth Police Department’s East Division Police Station as part of the City's ongoing efforts to artistically enhance our great City. Fabrication will begin upon completion of the final contractual agreements and we look forward to creating this intricately illustrated salute to the history and diverse culture of East Fort Worth. Following multiple community meetings, gathering input from the enthusiastic and dedicated community including local historians, photographers, City Council representatives, the police department and area supporters we have assembled a great collection of images that represent the Past, Present and Future of this vital Fort Worth area. My thanks goes out to the Arts Council for their professional and caring approach to developing this idea from a vision to a soon-to-be-realized installation. 

Partial graphic detail of the mural in progress. Original photo taken and use permission by Lloyd Jones Photography.

Thank you...

Thank you...

I don’t mention my collectors in public media often. I respect their rights to privacy, security and anonymity, but it is their wonderful comments about and willingness to purchase my artwork that inspires me to continue to create. Today I want to express my thanks to my major collectors Dan & Teresa, Johnny & Lucille, Dr. Sam, Dr. Q. Mark, John & Vicki, Walter E., Mike C., Dr. Lon & Linda, Chuck & Patti and the hundreds of loyal art buyers for your support over the years. 
Also, I want to thank my New International Collectors, Michel & Anne, and family for acquiring Veiled Allusions and Rendezvous. I know these pieces will enjoy the fantastic view of the St. Lawrence River!
It is a true joy working with you all and I look forward to many more years of creating and spending time with such wonderful people. Thanks to you all!- Gregory

Michel & Anne

Michel & Anne (permission by Michel)

Public Art Catalog Release Party at Fort Worth Water Gardens...

Great Turn out today for the release party of the first Fort Worth Public Arts Commissioned Works catalog 2001 - 2015. Mayor Betsy Price announced the release of the new catalog at this well attended and fun event celebrating 15 years of the Fort Worth Public Art Program.


Summer Serenade selected for City Traffic Signal Control Cabinets design...

The Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County has selected Summer Serenade, a painting by Gregory Beck, as one of the designs to be licensed for wrapping the traffic signal control cabinets along East Lancaster Avenue. Various artist's work has been chosen for this city enhancement program.

Summer Serenade - Acrylic on canvas, 36" x 40" by Gregory Beck.


Fort Worth Proclaims October as Public Art Month...

Celebrating the 15 year anniversary of the Fort Worth Public Art Program the City Council proclaimed October as Public Art Month. There will be celebrations presenting the release of the the first Collections Catalog. The staff of the Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County were joined by Gregory and fellow artists to participate in this important milestone.

Video segment courtesy of FWTV