Greg Edmonson 

Rivers and Beasts

Ziggurat, gouache on paper, 44″ x 30″, 2015

Bipolar, gouache on paper, 44″ x 30″, 2015

Magnetic North, gouache on paper, 42″ x 65″, 2015

Late July and Early August, gouache and acrylic on paper, 24″ x 25.5″, 2016


Spartan Press/OAC Books

Available, November 2017

Selected paintings by:

Greg Edmondson

From Osage Arts Community


RIVERS and BEASTS assembles 61 paintings completed during a roughly 30 month artists residency at Osage Arts Community, an arts retreat on a 154 acre farm situated along the bank of the Gasconade River near Belle, Missouri. The works presented here describe a subtle, but significant shift in the artist’s studio practice. His earlier works, known for their use of generative systems, often employed thousands of “bits” of information to produce a single image. The works collected here, although still concerned with systems, pattern and coding, chronicle an artist striving to engage more rapidly and freely with a widening array of visual strategies, producing imagery which appears at once familiar yet unexpected.

Critical Essay: “Regarding RIVERS and BEASTS”

Aaron Fine

Chair, Dept. of Visual Arts

Truman State University


Principal photography and book design

Lisa Halley Melching


Hard bound-cloth cover

11.5” x 9”, 108 pages

retail $50.00

Published 10-15-17

Greg Edmondson was born in Durham, North Carolina. He earned his BFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards including Fulbright and DAAD fellowships to Germany, and residency fellowships to Artpark, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Santa Fe Art Institute. He has shown widely throughout the United States and Europe and has works in collections both public and private. Currently he is an artist in residence at Osage Arts Community in Belle, Missouri.

He may be reached here or voegel60 [at] gmail dot com