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Wanna know about the artist?……
Greg Ephemera Trout was born in 1970, in Pottstown, Pa (pop 25,000 at birth), grew up in Elverson, Pa (pop. 530 at the time) and moved to Philadelphia in 1992 (pop. 1,500,000).
Visual art never occurred to Trout until he was inspired by a 1933 Webster’s dictionary staring opening back at him one 2008 Friday night in an apartment in Roxborough and set off to create. Working through the night he paired out all of the tiny illustrations and compiled them on a rectangular canvas. He liked what he saw and set out to devote his time to repurposing visual arcana to his own visual aesthete.
In 2011 he had his first solo show at Bohema gallery in Roxborough, followed by several successful runs at The Spiral Bookcase of Manayunk, Solo shows at Mighty Writers of South Philly, Black & Brew of East Passyunk Ave and has participated in group shows at the Mac Worthington Gallery of Columbus, Ohio and a Halloween themed show with the Phantom Hand collective at the Masthead gallery of Northern Liberties. His work is part of the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Art Library and he has collaborated with Dutch artist Rob Benders where their work is displayed in his workshop/gallery in Eindhoven.
In 2014 Greg Ephemera Trout was proud to join the Yung Kandy Collective as a residential working member and it’s one of the great thrills and accomplishments of his career to exhibit alongside his talented colleagues at the legendary Off the Wall Gallery at Dirty Frank’s.
To learn more about Mr. Trout and to experience his amazing 2-Dimensional assembly of vintage-print imagery check him out at these other internet avenues.
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