Greta Lood

Greta Lood is a New York based artist, born in the Philippines, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Santo Tomas. In 1998, she presented her first solo exhibit at Gelleria Aurora in Makati, and the following year her second show was opened by Madame Imelda Marcos.

In 2003, Greta moved to Boca Raton, Florida where she was represented by IOMA Art Gallery and Down 2 Earth Gallery. In 2006, she became the Curator of Exhibitions for the Gardens Memorial Park. She was also commissioned to do a 11’ x 12’ mural for Gardens’ lobby, and six of her paintings adorn the salon.

In 2008, Greta relocated to New York as a full time artist, attended the Art Students League of NY, and founded The Plein-Air Painters of Central Park. Greta has exhibited in – group with the Society of Philippine – American Artists, the National Association of woman Artists, the Art Student’s League and New York Realism.

One of her paintings is also part of the permanent collection of the Maria Tsvetaeva Museum in Moscow, Russia. More than 100 of Greta’s original works are held in private collections both here and abroad.

The Society of Philippine American Artists
Allie Artists of America
The National Woman Artists of America
Continuing Education:

Painting Workshop: Marcia Burtt
The Art Students League NYC, Painting
NYU, The Art Dealer in the 20th Century, 2009
Fashion Institute NY, Fashion Styling, 2008
Sumi-e Chinese Painting, Morikami Museum, FL