Duane Cregger

PAINTING  |  ABSTRACT + NON-OBJECTIVE  


Several large Duane Cregger paintings from 2012-2014 have been retrieved from Washington, DC's Aaron Gallery inventory and are being offered at a substantial discount of 25-40% less than the gallery price.

This sale also includes art from a well-received and widely-seen 2018-2020 collection titled Still(ness). It debuted at Art on 16 Contemporary Gallery in Marion, Virginia, as a prelude to large-scale solo exhibitions in the Smoyer Gallery of Olin Hall at Roanoke College and in the Main Gallery at Richmond’s Artspace before select pieces were exhibited at Crossroads Art Center. One of the largest works — Rabbitrine (96x72x2.25 inches) — was subsequently leased for the filming of Hulu’s original series Dopesick, starring and directed by Michael Keaton.

The paintings in this sale are offered at 25–40% below the gallery list price. 

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Viewing is by appointment at Cregger's studio at Crossroads Art Center

About Duane

Duane Cregger is a Virginia artist working in oils, acrylics, and mixed media. His work is a narrative of his rural-to-urban migration experiences. Through color, texture, and mark-making, he builds visual dialogues with multiple layers of paint, suggesting an accumulation of subconscious ideas and experiences.

He has won awards in various juried exhibitions, including the juried biennials at Roanoke College’s Olin Hall Galleries and William King Museum. His work is in corporate collections in the mid-Atlantic, in private collections across the United States, and in the Caribbean and Canada. He is a founding member of the Appalachian Spirit Artists Cooperative in Marion, Virginia, and has been twice appointed to serve on an advisory panel for the Virginia Commission for the Arts. He lives in Richmond, Virginia, and maintains a studio and gallery space at Crossroads Art Center. Studio visits are by appointment.

YouTube Interview with Roanoke College: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIPdF7uJcz8