My work seeks to integrate my interests in aesthetics, the natural sciences, cognitive science, and philosophy. I am intent upon the embodiment of concepts through the formal aspects of the work, and look to create arresting, sensual and evocative experiences. These works are intended to act as catalysts for contemplation while evoking a poetic fascination for the inner workings of nature and the mind.
Artist Bio / CV
Gregory Brellochs, Assistant Professor and Visual Arts, Chair at Camden County College, is a Philadelphia based visual artist. Brellochs’ work has been recognized through awards including the Center for Emerging Visual Artists CDP Fellowship, The William D. Davis award for Drawing, and The Wind Challenge Exhibition Series at the Fleisher Art Memorial. Brellochs has held numerous solo exhibitions and has been featured in many prestigious juried and curated group exhibitions both regionally and nationally. Brellochs earned his B.F.A. in Sculpture from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, and an M.F.A. in Sculpture and Drawing from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia.