Repost from original article by Meghan D. Robinson at Iowa Source:
Fairfield-based Canadian artist Greg Thatcher has spent almost three decades crafting elaborate drawings and multi-media pieces that explore the surprising beauty of ancient yew trees. An exhibition of his work, entitled Sacred Yews, opens Saturday,
Originally published by Fairfield Ledger; written by Bobby Lowenberg: Greg Thatcher, Maharishi School art department chairman, is showing his work along with three other Midwestern artists for the months of May and June at the airport gallery in Moline, Ill.
Originally published by Messenger News; written by Dawn Bliss: People will be able to explore the complexity of nature when a new exhibit, entitled “Memory of Place,” opens at the Blanden Memorial Art Museum this month
Originally published by Stroud News and Journal; written by Hayley Mortimer: Greg Thatcher, 63, who lives in Iowa, has been painting the trees at St Mary's Church for more than 20 years and works on location from June to August every year. The yew trees
Originally published by The Iowa Source; written by Diana Rugh: An eclectic collection of techniques and media, Greg Thatcher’s 30-year retrospective will be exhibited at MUM’s Unity Gallery through May 27. With a BFA in printmaking techniques and an MA in painting and drawing