GREGORY KONDOS

Paintings, Drawings, Sketches + Prints from the studio 

on view june 3 – July 1, 2023  |  2nd Saturday June 10th, 5-8 PM

“Less is more…and what is left out makes the picture more understandable.”

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  • Gregory Kondos
    Beach Scene, 1981
    Pastel
    Image size: 6.25 X 10
    Frame size: 12.75 X 15.75

    Original price was: $4,500.00.Current price is: $3,200.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Germaine Richier, 2000 (MVC26)
    Charcoal
    Image size: 5.25 X 4
    Frame size: 14 X 11.5

    $750.00
  • Gregory Kondos
    Mesa (Sedona, Arizona), 1986
    Watercolor
    Image size:7.75 X 10.25
    Frame size: 15.75 X 17.75

    Original price was: $2,500.00.Current price is: $1,000.00.
    SOLD
  • Gregory Kondos
    Mesa Verde, 1996 (SKo07)
    Graphite
    Image size: 6 X 5.25
    Frame size: 12.5 X 11

    Original price was: $1,200.00.Current price is: $400.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Mesa, Arizona 2008
    Pastel on paper
    Image size: 14.5 X 11
    Framed

    Original price was: $4,800.00.Current price is: $2,500.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Mount St. Victoire, France, 1977 (MVC13)
    Graphite
    Image size: 5.5 X 7.5
    Frame size: 15.25 X 16.25

    Original price was: $1,200.00.Current price is: $450.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Mt. St. Victoire, France 2012
    Oil on linen
    Image size: 16 X 13
    Framed

    Original price was: $18,000.00.Current price is: $14,000.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Na Pali Cliffs, Kauai, Hawaii 2009
    Oil on linen
    Image size: 24 X 18
    Framed

    Original price was: $20,000.00.Current price is: $16,000.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Rose Bud Farm – Sacramento, 1986
    Monotype
    Image size: 25 X 26.5
    Frame size: 34.25 X 45.25

    Original price was: $1,500.00.Current price is: $1,000.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Sedona, Arizona, 1986 (W09)
    Watercolor
    Image size: 10 X 8
    Frame size: 18.5 X 15.5

    Original price was: $2,700.00.Current price is: $975.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Southwest Bluff, 2003 (MVC04)
    Pastel and charcoal
    Image size: 10 X 7.5
    Frame size: 17.25 X 14.25

    Original price was: $3,750.00.Current price is: $1,000.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    The Ionea – Near Aix-En Province, France, 1977 (MVC12)
    Graphite
    Image size: 5.5 X 7.5
    Frame size: 15.25 X 16.25

    Original price was: $1,200.00.Current price is: $500.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Untitled Landscape, 2007 (MVC06)
    Graphite
    Image size: 6 X 7
    Frame size: 11.5 X 12

    Original price was: $850.00.Current price is: $450.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Untitled Landscape, 2008 (MVC19)
    Charcoal
    Image size: 4 X 5.5
    Frame size: 11.5 X 12.5

    Original price was: $750.00.Current price is: $400.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Untitled Mountain, 2006 (MVC03)
    Oil on canvas
    Image size: 5.5 X 7
    Frame size: 13.75 X 14

    Original price was: $5,500.00.Current price is: $1,500.00.
  • Gregory Kondos
    Untitled Seated Figure, 2008 (MVC18)
    Ink
    Image size: 4 X 5.5
    Frame size: 11.5 X 12.5

    Original price was: $750.00.Current price is: $650.00.

Gregory Kondos (2023-2021)

Recognized as one of the world’s most prominent California landscape artists, Gregory Kondos has won numerous prizes and has works in permanent collections of many museums, including the Yosemite Museum, where he has been a member of the Artist-in-Residence Program since 1989. Among his solo exhibitions is a recent retrospective at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento.  His paintings, drawings and prints have been described by Art Harlow, Director of the Hearst Art Gallery at St. Mary’s College, as “a visual feast for those who love landscape art and the unique beauty of California’s diverse terrain.”

Raised in Sacramento by Greek immigrant parents, Kanela and Steve Kondos, Mr. Kondos studied at Sacramento City College and later received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Art at the California State University at Sacramento. He taught at Sacramento City College for 27 years and was the founder and director of the campus gallery. With fellow artist and friend, Wayne Thiebaud, Mr. Kondos founded the Artists Cooperative Gallery (now the Artists Contemporary Gallery), one of the earliest showcases for aspiring artists in northern California. Mr. Kondos was recently elected to the National Academy of Design and was featured in the Fall of 1998 in a PBS Special Program documentary, “A Passion for the Land.”

According to Victoria Dalkey, art correspondent for the Sacramento Bee, ” …it was a trip to Greece, his ancestral home, in 1963, that changed the course of his work.” “His protracted observation of  the Greek landscape, sitting alone and watching the sun glint off the ruins of Sounion, waiting for changes in the color, profoundly affected his painting. Coming home with suitcases full of drawings, he began to paint what he had seen with the simplicity and clarity that have become hallmarks of his work.”

Gregory Kondos’ lifelong achievements place him in the great tradition of American landscape painters such as Albert Bierstadt, Edward Hopper and Georgia O’Keefe. He has won numerous prizes and awards including the Winter Invitationals at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, a lifetime achievement award from International Bienniale in

Florence, Italy, and in 1998 was featured in a PBS documentary called “A Passion for the Land. Collections of Kondos’ work are displayed in museums around the world including the Ningbo Museum in Ningbo China, Phoenix Art Museum, Yosemite Museum, and the Reives Arches Museum in France. Kondos was also recently elected to the National Academy of Design in New York.

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