A watercolourist for the past twenty years, Gregory Maude has refined his style of watercolour to the point that his muted shades of colour begin to blend together, forming interesting negative and positive shapes. In all of his paintings, Greg seeks to capture the subtle aspects of Ontario’s landscape.
Over the years, Greg has been a member of several Ontario art associations and his artistic adventures have included being a teaching instructor of watercolours to others through such venues as the Oshawa Art Association and Whitby Arts Inc. He has also been involved in art administration, including being a past president of the Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery in Oshawa. He was awarded the “Samac Painter of the Year” award, becoming the fifth member of a select group of artists known as the OAA-Samac Painters.
Today, he resides in Brighton, Ontario and his paintings hang in many public and private collections throughout Canada. You can see his work here.