Stan Gregory was born in Tallahassee, Florida. He received a Fine Art graduate degree from the University of South Florida.
He was principle printmaker at Palm Press Ltd. in Tampa, Florida, printing for Robert Rauchenberg, Jim Dine and Alice Aycock, among others. He moved to New York City in 1985, setting up his studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and a tab at Teddys. In 2004 he moved to a larger studio in Jersey City, New Jersey that he now shares with 2 cats, Alice and Maisie.

Gregory has artwork in the permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY, the Rubin Museum of Art, NY, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University and other prominent public collections. His work has been shown in one-person and group exhibitions worldwide. In 2015, he was awarded the Pittura Mentore by La Grande Casa di de Medici, Citi di Firenze.

"Stan Gregory is a contemporary heir to the Modernist language of geometric abstraction. His dynamic paintings resonate with imagery that uniquely combine the work of American Modernists, Medieval manuscripts and the whimsy of urban graffiti...all in a single sweeping statement. His are paintings of a rigorous sensibility made with sensuous, painterly know-how, intelligence and conviction. By regulating the interaction of varying compositional elements, his work articulates a self-referential transcendence that is the consequence of introspection and his demanding sense of order."

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