Frank Gregory has maintained a studio art practice since graduating from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1985. Initially a landscape painter, turned abstractionist, he later began designing and fabricating large scale public art, receiving several commissions nationwide. He also works in the museum industry as a freelance preparator, framer, and mount-maker. For the past ten years Frank has been concentrating on making easel paintings, both in the studio and outside. These works are exhibited widely and are in many collections. His work is characterized by large confident mark-making, carefully crafted compositions and unexpected subjects and narratives. Frank received an Orlowsky / Freed Foundation Grant from the Provincetown Art Museum in 2017, and is a gallery artist at The Ray Wiggs Gallery in Provincetown. He also shows in invitational exhibits at a variety of other galleries. Frank currently maintains a painting studio and wood shop in both Greenfield Massachusetts and Lisbon Maine.