Drawing is the method I use to process the world around me. I use drawing and digital painting to investigate,outline, model and suggest the dynamic overlapping subsets of the reality I confront and occasionally retreat from.
I grew up in the suburbs near New York City in the 50’s and 60’s and my art hovers around  the influence of the emerging technologies of autos,television, planes and rockets ; the baby boom economy of promise, privilege and position.
Gregory Egan holds a BA from Ramapo College of New Jersey. He majored in Painting studying with Johanna Pousette-Dart, and Mac Binion; Electronic Music with Roger Williams and alternate energy architecture with Dan Sculley. Later, he attended NYU Graduate School for Applied Science and worked in Research and Development in solar, hydrogen and cryogenic energy systems where he holds 5 patents in this area.


Laurie Pettine, Guest Curator
Laurie Pettine is a mixed media artist. Ms. Pettine earned a BFA Illustration from Parsons School of Design/New School. Ms. Pettine has spent the past two decades showing her artwork at various galleries in New Jersey including Pro Arts Jersey City, Visual Arts Center of NJ Summit, Studio Montclair Leach Gallery, Trenton Artworks, BSB Gallery Trenton, Rotunda Gallery Metuchen, Art in the Atrium Morristown, Atlantic Highlands Council, Artfront Galleries Newark, Index Arts Newark, Raven Gallery Jersey City, Speakeasy Gallery Boonton, The Art Guild of NJ Rahway, West Windsor Arts Gallery and Center for Contemporary Art in Bedminster. She exhibited at Art Fair 14C 2021 “Maidens & Martyrs” booth with fellow Pro Arts members Christy O’Connor and Leslie Sheryll. Pettine’s home, studio, family and three dogs are in Mendham Township, Morris County, NJ.

Instagram: @lauriepettineart
Christy Lewis, Curator
Her paintings are meant to empower women everywhere to embrace their inner and outer selves. More recently, her art has connected with her yoga practice, as she aims to capture the aura and energy of other inspiring yogis. She is currently working with End of Elm to display a rotating exhibit of local talent, as well as implementing the mural program. If you are an artist interested in collaborating, please do not hesitate to contact her.
Instagram: @artbybonesy