Gregory Packard, an American Impressionist

Original Landscape Paintings

Original Still Life Paintings

Original Floral Paintings

Original Figurative Paintings

Original Oil Paintings

Plein Air Paintings

Alla Prima Paintings

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Packard RiverThere is a River • 30x40 inch oil • Available at Astoria Fine Art, Jackson, WY • © Gregory Packard

ImpressionistsStellar's Jay • 40x30 inch oil • Available at Scottsdale Fine Art • Scottsdale, AZ • © Gregory Packard

 

Packard SeascapeSunday Afternoon • 24.5x11 inch oil
Available at California Museum of Fine Art, Torrence,CA • © Gregory Packard


Packard Impressionism Life Force • 24x36 inch oil
Available at California Museum of Fine Art, Torrence,CA • © Gregory Packard

Packard PaintingSprinkles • 12x16 inch oil • Available at Astoria Fine Art, Jackson, WY

Packard LandscapeCamaraderie • 48x72 inch oil • Available at Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, TX • © Gregory Packard

 

Daffodils PackardDaffodils and Tulips • 30x24 inch oil • Available at Greenhouse Gallery, San Antonio, TX • © Gregory Packard


Packard FigurativeRiver Valley • 6x8 inch oil • Available at The Brinton Museum • Big Horn, WY • © Gregory Packard

 

Packard FigurativeReflection • 6x6 inch oil • Available at The Brinton Museum • Big Horn, WY • © Gregory Packard

 

 

 

 

 

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Things Unseen

Current theory says that 96 percent of the universe is to us yet unseeable (or undetectable). Some believe it is actually closer to 99 percent. Within that small percentage that we do see and the tiny fragment of that which we are able to experience we can recognize that the structures in nature seemingly are repeated over and over. . . .

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Be sure to pick up the June/July 2014 issue of Western Art & Architecture where Greg's work is featured in an article by Michele Corriel in "Ones To Watch". . Click below to read the article.
Packard Article