Tuesday, November 22, 2016


Fare-Thee-Well! 2016...
Prints here: http://deeling.com/product/fare-thee-well-2016/
This is an updated version of the mural I painted in the Business Improvement District Office in downtown Great Falls. The landlord, a local bank, evicted the longtime tenants with thirty days notice, in order to add a couple of parking spaces! The lovely old buildings face the wrecking ball! The mural I painted has been rescued and is safely in storage until it can be displayed once again. Perhaps the artist did her bit with hand saw and crowbar! Her lips are sealed...

Monday, October 31, 2016

October Ends 5.4 2016

October is ending and there is an implosion in the virtual pumpkin patch!

Sunday, March 2, 2014


A walking tour photo album of 93 photos of the recent BID mural located on the north side of the 1st Avenue North gateway underpass in Great Falls, Montana was recently posted onFacebook at http://tiny.cc/6vy3bx.
The mural was sponsored by the Business Improvement District of Great Falls, Montana and was designed by Deeling Gregory and Kelli Rochelle Lawson.  It was completed in the summer of 2013.

Monday, April 22, 2013


PINK LOTUS, the first in a series of paintings entitled STILL WATERS, painted in acrylic on canvas, is
37" x 42" was completed in April 2013.  The single lotus blooms among many others, in a floating garden
on the island of Oahu.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

FIRESTAR  is a recent acrylic on canvas painting, 30" x 40." It is the first in a series of paintings to welcome the start of 2013.  

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Take a Ride on the Vortex

"Take a Ride on the Vortex" is a recent ink drawing by Deeling Gregory.     The squirrel community has discovered a new means of locomotion and shares it with two bipeds in "Take a Ride on the Vortex,"

Monday, June 11, 2012


Chief Magpie presides over a spring gathering in the meadow.  New hatchlings, rabbits and chipmunks are among those in the audience who chatter and chirp their approval of the sunny agenda. Jade and blue hued 
blossoms perfume the breeze.  Sheep graze in the distance while Mr. Sunbeam smiles.  Oil on birch panel,    24" x 30."