JOHN GORDON GAULD
Based out of New York, John Gordon Gauld’s work primarily consists of genre scenes which represent everyday life, still life and the human figure, as well as depictions of the natural world. His images are often satirical or allegorical, and frequently juxtapose natural objects with manmade objects that imitate nature. He is known for employing unique and delicate materials such as plaster, silverpoint and egg tempera. Gauld has been included in many New York group exhibitions and has worked with Bergdorf Goodman since 1998 creating large paintings for the store’s renowned window displays. His work has been featured in Women's Wear Daily, The New Yorker and Wall Street Journal.