Gregory Crane’s work has been widely exhibited in both solo and group shows in galleries and museums across the country for the past thirty-five years. His paintings, prints, and works on paper are in numerous public and private collections.
In New York, Mr. Crane has been represented by galleries such as Hirschl & Adler Modern, The Edward Thorp Gallery, and The Cheryl Pelavin Gallery. His most recent one-person show, “Thirty Years of Drawings: 1979-2009” at The Cheryl Pelavin Gallery in New York City, opened in April 2009.
He has taught painting at School of Visual Arts in New York City for the past twenty-five years. His landscape painting workshops, held at locations across the country such as Southern Vermont Arts Center, The Evergreen State College, Compton Art Center, and The Rockwell Museum, have been well received and attended. Mr. Crane is the recipient of two MacDowell Colony Fellowships. His work has been reviewed in publications including The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Art in America, Newsweek, House & Garden, Art & Auction, ART News, Art New England and Bomb Magazine.
In his review of Mr. Crane’s work in Art in America, Carl Little wrote, “Crane’s paintings have an exhilarating, ominous quality that sets him apart from the majority of today’s landscape artists”.