Gregory Matthews is a proud Tasmanian Aboriginal Man; his Language Group is Peerapper, and his Totem is The Sea Eagle. Greg is a descendant; and a recognised Elder of Tasmania’s Manegin People from the North West Nation.
Greg has developed his own unique contemporary aboriginal art style, his art is displayed in Melbourne & Hobart galleries, and in commercial premises in both Sydney & Melbourne. Greg’s art has been sold Australia wide & internationally. Greg has achieved local recognition and has won Awards for his art. Greg’s studio is located in Cranbourne North, Victoria
Greg loves his art, and to tell his stories, and apart from selling his art to collectors; Greg’s main aim is to advance Australian Aboriginal Art, culture and awareness.
All paintings and prints thereof are produced by Greg Matthews; they are original; and are supplied with a signed Certificate that incorporates both a statutory declaration of Greg’s Aboriginal heritage, and a Certificate of Authenticity for the purchased painting and/or print.
Greg would be pleased to accept commissions to suit your particular size , design and decor.
Monash Mental Health Art Prize 2017
Monash Mental Heath Art Prize 2017
Monash Mental Health Art Prize 2018
Naidoc Week Art Exhibitions, Bunjil Place, Narre Warren - City of Casey - 2019
Koorie Art Show, Koorie Heritage Trust, Federation Square Melbourne, 2018, 2019 & 2020
NAIDOC Week Art Exhibition, Hastings & Mornington Peninsular Shire - 2918 & 2019
Baluk Arts Curved Wall Exhibition, Frankston Art Gallery 2018
Bunjil Place Opening Aboriginal Art Exhibition, Bunjil Place, Narree Warren - City of Casey
Participating Artist - Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne 150 Anniversary Art Trail - Me And UooUoo. 2021
Architectural/Senior Detail Draftsman, Fire Protection Engineer
BA (Social Science), Deakin University - 1984