“… he draws inspiration from its diverse culture and scenic landscapes, infusing his artwork with a unique local flavor…”
Jeremy Gregory // Pieces
11th & Broadway
June 2022 – August 2022
“Jeremy Gregory is a prolific artist from the city of Tacoma, Washington. As a long-time resident of the city, he draws inspiration from its diverse culture and scenic landscapes, infusing his artwork with a unique local flavor. Art has always been an large part of Jeremy’s life, and his journey as a lifelong artist has taken him on a remarkable creative journey. As an independent artist, Jeremy has carved his own path, fearlessly exploring his artistic vision and expressing it through a raw and captivating art style. With a solid foundation in art education, he attended the Art Institute of Seattle. However, it is his sheer talent and dedication that truly sets him apart. Jeremy’s versatility as an artist is evident in his mastery of various mediums. Whether it’s painting, sculpture, or mixed media, he navigates through different artistic realms, producing awe-inspiring creations. With over 25 years of experience as a muralist, Jeremy has left an indelible mark on the cityscape. His murals can be found adorning prominent establishments and public spaces in the Pacific Northwest. Jeremy’s extensive client list includes renowned names such as Microsoft, Tapco, the City of Tacoma, Brass Taxes (New York), Northwest African American Museum, McMenamins (multiple locations), Mercy Housing, Tacoma Housing Authority, Koz Construction, and many others. His artistic prowess and attention to detail have earned him the trust and admiration of clients from various industries. Beyond his artistic pursuits, Jeremy is also an exceptional juggler, figuratively and literally, juggling various roles and responsibilities. He embodies the spirit of a true artist, constantly pushing boundaries and challenging conventions, leaving an indelible mark on the world of art and culture. With his unique perspective and unwavering passion, Jeremy Gregory continues to captivate audiences and leave an enduring artistic legacy.”
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