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Greg Lindquist

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Duke Energy's Dan River I, 2014 Oil on Canvas 78 by 68 in © the artist
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Duke Energy's Dan River II, 2014 Oil on Canvas 78 by 68 in
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Duke Energy's Dan River, 2014 Acrylic on Sheetrock 6 by 37.5 Feet
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Sutton Lake Selenium, 2014 Acrylic on Sheetrock 10 by 11 Ft © installed at Marie Walsh Sharpe Residency
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Untitled 0 (rozel_point_oil_seeps), 2014 Oil on Panel 31 by 47 in
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Untitled 1 (rozel_point_oil_seeps), 2014 Oil on Panel 35 by 50 in
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Lavender Pit Innerscape, 2012 Acrylic on Sheetrock 12 by 36 Ft
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Time for Some Water Problems in Eden (detail), 2014 Graphite on Archers Paper 30 by 40 in
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Mono Lake Water Diversions, 2014 Linocut on Metallic Paper, Edition of 10 10 by 12 In,
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Red Hook Revere Sugar Refinery (Flattening the Remains, The Age of Steam), 2007 Oil on Metallic on Linen 17 1/2 X 50 in © Courtesy of Artist and Elizabeth Harris Gallery
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Rustavi Relics, 2009 Oil and Metallic on Linen 27.75" X 51.5" © Elizabeth Harris Gallery
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Untitled (Stacks), 2010 Oil on Linen 29.25" X 40 " © Elizabeth Harris Gallery
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The Theatrics of Interior/Non-interior, 2010 Oil on Linen 25 1/2 X 47 1/2 Inches © greg lindquist
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The Shape of Remote Futures , 2011 Oil on Linen 32 ½" X 48" © Courtesy of the Artist and Elizabeth Harris Gallery
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Greg Lindquist painting with HVLP paint sprayer on Duke Energy's Dan River II
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Greg Lindquist painting with HVLP paint sprayer on Duke Energy's Dan River II
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Greg Lindquist painting with HVLP paint sprayer on Duke Energy's Dan River II
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Greg Lindquist painting with HVLP paint sprayer on Duke Energy's Dan River II
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Greg Lindquist painting with HVLP paint sprayer on Duke Energy's Dan River II
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Mary Mattingly, WetLand project, Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia , 2014 © Courtesy Mary Mattingly
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Wilmington, NC
Birth year
05/09/1979
Lives in
Brooklyn
Works in
Brooklyn
Schools
North Carolina State University College of Design, 2004, Art + Design
North Carolina State University, 2004, Language and Literature
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
Statement

Greg Lindquist is an artist whose paintings and photographs depict specific places whose political, economic and physical forces alter our land and lives. While his networks of color abstract paintings at first suggest placid landscapes, upon closer inspection appear unsettling, sickly and toxic. Lindquist’s most recent paintings have addressed Duke Energy’s spill of coal ash into the Dan River. He also writes and edits art criticism for various publications. He will have an exhibition of paintings with the artist Damian Stammer in fall of 2015 at the North Carolina Museum of Art.