Greg Newbold doesn’t remember life without art. His gift was recognized at an early age and was fueled by supportive parents who kept him supplied with paints, pencils, paper and clay. Greg has earned both a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree fand an MFA from the Hartford Art School under the mentorship of  such industry legends as Murray Tinkelman, C.F Payne and Gary Kelley. His skill set now includes digital painting and gallery oil painting.  He feels fortunate to be able to pursue a career in the field that he loves. His artistic philosophy is to make the world a more beautiful place through his paintings.

Throughout Greg's career, his recognizable brand of work has been commissioned by such notable clients as Simon & Schuster, Random House, Heinz Foods, Harper Collins, Smuckers, Pilgrim’s Pride, Kleenex, Barnes & Noble and The Wall Street Journal. He has also illustrated a dozen children’s books, including The Touch of the Master's Hand (Gold Leaf Press, 1996-Reissued- Stellar Books; 2007); companion books Winter Lullaby and Spring Song (Gulliver Books/Harcourt 1998; 2001), The Barnyard Night Before Christmas (Random House-2007); If Picasso Painted a Snowman, If da Vinci Painted a Dinosaur  and If Monet Painted a Monster written by wife Amy Newbold (Tilbury House Publishers- 2017; 2018; 2019) and The Little Match Girl (Shadow Mountain; 2017).

Newbold’s work has been honored with awards from such groups as The Society of Illustrators (NY), Communication Arts, The American Institute of Graphic Design, the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators (Gold, Silver and Bronze medals), Spectrum and others. Greg is a five time Best of State-Utah winner in Drawing/Illustration and won the Best of State Statue for the overall Arts & Entertainment category in 2005. His work has been exhibited in New York City; Los Angeles; Columbus, Ohio; and around the mountain west. He is currently focusing more time creating works for his galleries Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery in Tuscon, Arizona and David Ericson Fine Art in Salt Lake City. His works are included in many corporate and private collections.


When not painting Greg can be found enjoying vegetable gardening, fishing, or camping in the great outdoors with his family near their Salt Lake City home.