Greig Steiner
In Estes Park

1934 -


   
At Left, Greig Outside the Stirling Studio ca 1964 - at Right, in His Studio a Bit More Recently

"Greig's influence permeates Estes Park, from the exterior designs of Gaslight Square and The Courtyard Shops to the exceptional level of art & culture present in the community, which Greig has worked so diligently to foster over the years."
—Dave Tanton (OldEstes)

"When the rest of the [theater] bunch had all gone off to their respective winter jobs, I was locking up the place for the last time when Dave Stirling, who was walking down the street, hollered at me and asked where I was off to.  I told him I was going back to California to get back to work at the Playhouse.  I had three theaters and a TV studio to open and only a week to do it.  Dave asked if I had ever thought of easel painting, which oddly I had been thinking of for some time.  He asked me to stay in Estes Park and paint with him.  He said I could live with him so I wouldn’t have too many expenses.  It sounded good to me and as there was a pay phone right there, I called California and said to give my job away, I wasn’t coming back.  And I never did!"
—Greig Steiner

 

Listed—Who's Who in the West

Born in Los Angeles 1934, studied at Mt. San Antonio College in Pomona, California and the Pasadena Playhouse College of Theater Arts, Pasadena, California

Greig's career as an artist began when he was 12 years old and took "Best of Show" in the adult division of....  He came to Estes Park in 1959....  Greig was associate artist with Dave Stirling from 1962 - 1967 when he opened his own studio and gallery in Estes Park.    Greig works in oil on board or canvas; bronze; pencil; painted Glass; cloisonné for the walls; bonded marble, porcelain, terra-cotta and other media.  He has had one man shows from Southern California to Virginia, Arizona to Washington D.C.  His art is shown in galleries from New York to Scottsdale, Jackson Hole, Taos and Sedona.  Major installations appear at the US Air Force Academy, The Harry Truman Library, Colorado State University and the University of Colorado among others.

Greig has also been active throughout his life in theater beginning in Southern California.  As a Designer/Director/Dancer/Actor/Producer, he has to his credit over 350 shows.

Greig's Complete Biography

How I Came to Be in Estes Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aspen Trunks

Drawing in poured enamel with overlays of transparent oil on hardboard

48 x 30"

$3,500

Aspen Trunks

Torn Metallic Paper

44 x 32"

Eagle the Hunter

Cast Bronze

38 x 19 x 14"

$8,500 Eagle only

$12,000 on sweeping bronze base as designed for the US Air Force Academy

Family Tree

Shown in original clay

Cast Bronze

Typically a water piece

[dimensions]

$8,500

Flying Jacks

Bronze on stone base

24 x 24 x 10"

$1,800

Outnumbered

Available in terra cotta (shown), white marble or bronze.

27 x 41 x 12"

$6,500

St. Francis Asisi

Bas-relief with Cloisonne on hardboard

36 x 24"

$3,850

Boy with Gold Bracelet

Oil on hardboard

66 x 36"

$9,500

Yellowstone Falls

Oil on hardboard

36" x 24"

$7,500

Lilies

Cloisonne

48 x 24"

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All Rights Reserved 1999 - 2011

Revised:  11/01/2011

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All Rights Reserved 1999 - 2011

Revised:  12/22/2011

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All Rights Reserved 1999 - 2011

Revised:  12/22/2011

Copyright © OldEstes/D. Tanton

All Rights Reserved 1999 - 2012

Revised:  01/26/2012

Copyright © OldEstes/D. Tanton

All Rights Reserved 1999 - 2012

Revised:  01/26/2012