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Greg Ludlow

Greg Ludlow

 
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Greg Ludlow is a Canadian artist who lives in London, Ontario. Born in Toronto Greg, completed his undergraduate work at the University of Western Ontario and acknowledges the influence of Paterson Ewen who was both teacher and later a colleague. Since the late 70’s his art practice has focused on painting but he has also exhibited sculptures, installations and videos. Greg received his MFA at Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in the early 80’s and has taught since then at NSCAD, University of Western Ontario, and is currently the the coordinator of Painting and Drawing at Bealart in London, Ontario. He has exhibited across Canada in both solo and group exhibitions and has lectured at numerous schools, colleges, universities and galleries. His work is included in both public and private collections across Canada.