Gregory Wilhelmi



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Small Town Blues by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 10" x 18"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Gone to Seed by Gregory Wilhelmi
12" x 17"
 
 

 
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The Babcock Theater by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 22" x 42"
 
 

 
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Purple Rain by Gregory Wilhelmi
11" x 18"
 
 

 
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Shadows at Play by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 12" x 14"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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The Last Radio Shack by Gregory Wilhelmi
12" x 16"
 
 

 
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Union Hall (Camp 3) by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 12" x 17"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Wash Day by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 12" x 18"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Reflections of Central Grocery by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 11" x 23"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Roundup Central school by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 22" x 28"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Jonathon Earl's Autobody by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 14" x 24"
 
 

 
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In the Pink by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 16" x 20"
 
 

 
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Second Avenue by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 12" x 16"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Elementary Shadows by Gregory Wilhelmi
12" x 14"
 
 

 
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What Would Jesus Do? by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 27" x 44"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Cheryl by Gregory Wilhelmi
24" x 36"
 
 

 
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The Dissipation and Salvation of St Gregory by Gregory Wilhelmi
26" x 36"
 
 

 
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To Walk in Light by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 28" x 96"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Evening Benediction by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 22" x 28"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Cathredral Light by Gregory Wilhelmi
Oil 22" x 28"
 
Something Holy to Say Exhibition, 2019
 

 
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Nearer My God to Thee, Self Portrait 1979 by Gregory Wilhelmi
35" x 35"
 
 

 



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Biography
Wilhelmi makes his home on Halfbreed Creek south of Roundup, Montana, with his wife and business partner, Cheryl.  His twin daughters, Andrea and Juliet, graduates of Macalester College, live in Minneapolis.  The Wilhelmi home is built around a historic log cabin, circa 1893.  Gregory’s studio is on the property.
 
Becoming an artist was always Wilhelmi’s desired career path. After studies at Montana State University Billings and Bozeman, he left Montana for the University of Denver where he finished his BFA.  Success soon followed as an editorial illustrator and political cartoonist for the Catholic Press Society.  He left the business of art to pursue his fine art career with an extended trip through Mexico painting watercolors outdoors.  He also painted his way across Europe.  His first one-man exhibition included these paintings, in Denver, in 1975.
 
Following the opening of his Denver studio and agency, Wilhelmi settled into the vibrant Denver art scene, including gallery shows and commercial representation.  He also relished teaching life drawing and color theory when recruited by the Colorado Institute of Art.
 
Wilhelmi’s success, however, could not temper his yearning for central Montana.  During his many round-trip junkets between Denver and Montana, his connection to the beauty and intimacy of the land deepened. In 1992 he moved his family to the prairie and bucolic Roundup.  “As a boy and a young man, I developed this love of place.  It never left me.  It was like getting reacquainted with a dear friend.  After all the years I could see it anew, and through the eyes of a more mature artist.”
 
All of these experiences comprise the basis for Wilhelmi’s work.  His paintings reflect a wide variety of life’s explorations and travels, encompassing studies of Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean, and his favorite subject, the American West.  He views the American West in the here and [...]

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