Born in Massachusetts, Gregory Dunham is a Maine based American Contemporary Realist. He has over thirty years experience working in watercolor, graphite drawing, and lithography. He is a masterful, award winning draftsman who is drawn to the way mass and space interact and to the visual complexities of shadows. Seen through his eyes, simple objects and scenes are elevated to a new reality. His work hangs in over 1,000 public and private collections including: The Museum of Fine Arts Boston; Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University; Boston Public Library; The US Dept. of State; and the collection of J. Seward Johnson, Princeton, NJ. Mr. Dunham is the recipient of numerous awards including: the John P. Manship and Lydia & Chester Roberts Awards at the Rockport Art Association; the Amee B. Davis Memorial Award; the William Meyerowitz Memorial Award for an American Scene, The Guild of Boston Artist Award, New England Watercolor Society, Boston; and the Alan Crane Memorial Award for Lithography. He has exhibited at the National Academy of Design, NY, Salmagundi Club, NY, the DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA, The Guild of Boston Artists, and many more.