Greg Robertson is a fifth generation New Mexican, born in Albuquerque. He received a BFA in Technical Theatre and Design from Eastern New Mexico University and after stage management and design work in London, Greg came to Santa Fe to work for Shakespeare in Santa Fe. During those years, he began his sculpting career making small fountains out of recycled slab granite. Those designs led to larger water-walls, sculpted pond fountains and fine art sculpture.
In 2007, Greg attended the Sax Stone Working Workshop with internationally recognized sculptor Kazitaka Uchida, Joseph Kincannon, and Kelly Jamison. Today, continuing 17 years of carving, Greg primarily works with New Mexico Travertine, creating sculpted water features and custom installations.
He participates in many fine art shows in Arizona, Colorado, Texas and New Mexico and has received several first place awards. He has numerous public works including installations in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Scottsdale and Fountain Hills, AZ, Denver, CO and has designed a number of large private commissioned installations. Greg is represented by a dozen galleries and retailers around the broader southwest. He can usually be found at his dusty Santa Fe Studio on Siler and Rufina.