Greg Wells Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Greg Wells based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Greg Wells
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Santa Fe Kiva by Greg Wells
Southwest Observatory by Greg Wells
Fire In The Sky by Greg Wells
Kiss The Sky by Greg Wells
Half Moon in Double Arch by Greg Wells
Bright Cactus by Greg Wells
Agave in Arch by Greg Wells
Frost Bite by Greg Wells
Central City Ruins by Greg Wells
Dinosaur National Park Panorama by Greg Wells
Double Arch with Red Sky by Greg Wells
ThingaMaJig by Greg Wells
Wrench In Martini Glass by Greg Wells
Bass Strings Spiral by Greg Wells
Bottle Cap by Greg Wells
Desert Jam by Greg Wells
Cats Eye by Greg Wells
Magic Moab Morning by Greg Wells
Agave Guitar by Greg Wells
Overall Master Plan by Greg Wells
Lunar Furnace by Greg Wells
Location Location Location by Greg Wells
Big Bowl of Fruit by Greg Wells
the Hold Up by Greg Wells
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About Greg Wells
Greg has enjoyed photography and oil painting his entire life, and began doing photography professionally in 2006. While initially studying photography through the New York Institute of Photography he focused primarily on wildlife and catalog photography but has since migrated towards photographic montages and abstracts. This has allowed him to approach photography much as he approaches oil painting, and explains why many of his montages have a surrealistic or dream like quality to them.
Greg’s signature series are his Portals which are intended to pull the viewer into the picture. Many use combinations of black and white and color photography and others use extensive manipulation to achieve added depth. His newest direction is to combine photography and oil painting in the same piece.
Unlike some montage artists, Greg only uses photographic and painted elements he has created himself. A large percentage of his work contains images from Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and the UP of Michigan. Many also feature the moon or other celestial objects accounting for Greg's interest in astronomy. Greg also enjoys music and commonly performs live. You can check out his music on iTunes, Spotify, Rhapsody, Amazon and many other places.