Gregory Garrett

"Art is not created in a vacuum. It must have history to live. Art should be a reflection of the artist's past, present, and future."

During his formative years, Gregory Garrett concentrated on the master works of many great painters, ranging from Caravaggio to Picasso. His infatuation with art led him to understand that art is an essential factor in being human and that history is crucial for the development of art.

Gregory Garrett had no choice but to be an artist. From an early age, light and darkness fascinated him. His earliest childhood memory found him sitting by himself, watching the sunlight stream thorough the Venetian blinds as the dust particles danced on the rays of light. This particular moment was pivotal in his development as an artist for years to come.