Gregory Scheckler

Professor, Visual Art

Gregory Scheckler

MFA, Utah State University

BFA, Washington University

BA, University of Notre Dame

Office Hours Spring 2018

Tuesday & Thursday 12:00-1:30pm 

Taking a no-holds barred approach to creativity, Gregory Scheckler embraces a wide array of media from painting to nature photography, short story and flash fiction, from poetry to novels. He authored eleven books including science fiction, poetry, and art genres. In the visual arts, his art was included in over a hundred shows since the 1990’s. He earned the MFA in Art from Utah State University, earned the BFA in Painting as an Eliot Honors Scholar at Washington University in St. Louis, and earned the BA in Modern and Classical Languages / German with high honors from the University of Notre Dame.

Writing / Publication Credits: Winglet Books; Inklings; Fifty Word Fiction; The Advocate; the North Adams Transcript; the Berkshire Eagle; the Berkshire Review: an International Journal of the Arts; Painter’s Table Magazine; The Mind’s Eye Liberal Arts Journal; the NEA Advocate; Thought & Action: Journal of the National Education Association.     

Visual Art / Exhibit Credits: Ferrin Gallery; Metro One Gallery; the Soo Rye Art Gallery; Greylock Arts; as well as at museums such as the Southern Vermont Art Center; Washburn Historical and Cultural Museum; Duluth Art Institute; Utah Museum of Fine Arts; One West Art Center; the Boyden Gallery at St. Mary’s College of Maryland; the Bennington Museum in Vermont, and the Berkshire Museum in Massachusetts. Additional venues: the Hotz Nature Center; Miller-Dwan Foundation; Center for the Visual Arts Gallery at Illinois State University; and the National Science Foundation. He’s also done illustration for DGC/Interscope Records, and via the Associated Press, his photos were published by the India Times, Press Enterprise, CBS News, Forbes, and the Wall Street Journal. For more information see


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