Located on Gallery Row in the central historical district, Greg Moon Art prides itself in continuing the fine art traditions of Taos. We specialize in contemporary works ranging from oils to assemblage…genres of work include realism, outsider art, and pop-surrealism. Our annual national juried show endeavors to provide a showcase for up and coming talents to gain exposure in the New Mexico art market while helping to provide visibility for the overall profile of the arts in Taos. Our invitational shows are geared towards exhibiting artists and genres that are under-represented in the New Mexico region.
Greg Moon Art showcases the work of Taos artist Greg Moon in its many varied mediums and forms. We also proudly represent the work of Marvin Moon, Joel Nakamura, Dennis Larkins, Esteban Bojorquez, Holly Wood, Melissa Parra-Morrow, Conrad Cooper, and Vanessa Moon.
Greg Moon returned to New Mexico following a 22 year absence shortly after receiving his BFA from the University of Texas in Austin. The son of an artist and an educator, his introduction to the arts started early. “My mother has a Master’s degree in Art Education and my father is a retired Art Professor/ artist who has a PhD in the same field. No matter how I struggled against it early on there was little doubt I would end up in the arts. Most of my friends growing up had People Magazine on the living room coffee table – in our house it was American Artist and Art in America.”
Greg has been showing professionally since 1989 in galleries and museum shows; at this point he has participated in over 120 exhibitions and has amassed 18 one-man shows. His work is split between several diverse bodies of work that reflect his varied aesthetic tastes and interests. At present his artwork includes more traditional media such as watercolor, gouache, and oil painting. He also produces work in the realms of assemblage and mixed media.