About the artist
Gregory Pryor is an artist, writer and academic with a practice spanning thirty-five years after graduating from RMIT University in 1980. While painting on canvas and paper has been the main focus of his practice, he has also embraced performance, video, installation and object-based work. In 2003 Pryor relocated to Perth to teach visual art at Edith Cowan University and from exploratory filed trips into the landscape of the Yilgarn Craton in Western Australia, he identified new forms and concepts to drive his practice and to investigate a sense of place and how loss shapes landscape.
His work is included in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, The National Gallery of Victoria, The Art Gallery of Western Australia, The Queensland Art Gallery and numerous corporate, university and private collections.