Mark Greenaway was born in San Luis Obispo and raised in
Atascadero. This third generation of Scottish immigrants has always had
an affinity to the outdoors, including sports, fishing, and wildlife.
As a youth he spent numerous hours with his camera studying animals in
their natural habitat. "I loved to discover their unique personalities,
fur textures or feathering, and how they survived in their own environment." That
led to some art courses in both high school and college, followed by
more intense study with Chester Amyx and Richard Yaco. He began to seriously
pursue his talent at Cal Lutheran and privately with Robert Reynolds
and Robert Clark, two well-known San Luis Obispo County artists. More »
Please Note: Inactive Artist
This artist does not currently have any artwork on display with Judith Hale Gallery/Solvang Antiques. The example artwork shown below is for reference only and their availability is unknown. If you do see something that interests you, please contact Judy at (805) 686-2322 or (805) 688-1222 as we may be able to check availability for you. In some cases the artist may also have similar works available, or special commissions may be possible. Thank you for your interest!
by Mark Greenaway
20" x 30"
by Mark Greenaway
16" x 20"
The following works have either sold ()
or are no longer available ().
His earlier works particularly favored
Native Americans, wild fowl and birds of prey. Though most of his work
is two dimensional,
he has produced over fifty sculptures including the life size pieces "Blue
Ribbon Dream" for the California Mid-State Fair, and "Seasons
Come, Seasons Go" for the Morro Bay Museum of Natural History. In
addition to oil and pastel he is branching out into watercolor, a medium
that‚s spontaneity has always fascinated him.
Mark currently shows with Judith Hale Gallery in Los Olivos,
and for the past ten years has been painting for Baptist Bible Graphics,
completing over 130 illustrations of the Bible. He resides in Atascadero
with his wife, Andrea, and their children Katie and David.