Greg Postle is recognised as one of Australia’s leading and most celebrated bird painters. He is renowned for his exquisite technique and eye for immaculate detail. Greg instills an intangible quality in his work which many believe has elevated him into the realm of being a master bird painter.
From when he began full-time painting in 1987, Greg has enjoyed numerous sell-out solo exhibitions, many of which were at Lasting Impressions Gallery of Fine Arts at Kenilworth on the Sunshine Coast, and at Bromelton House, Beaudesert, Queensland in 2015.
Over the course of his successful career, Greg participated in several Group Exhibitions from 1987 to 2000 in Brisbane, Melbourne, Toowoomba, the Gold Coast, Cairns, Noosa and Adelaide.
His work has been shown at the Queensland Wildlife Artists Society’s Annual Exhibition and other venues including the Sunshine Coast Annual Art Show, the REMM ART Award-McWirthers Art Space, Brisbane, the Adelaide Festival of Arts Exhibition, Elders Fine Arts Gallery, Wildlife Art Society of Australasia, in Melbourne, the James Hardie Wildlife Art Prize, State Library of Queensland; ‘Wildlife in Art’ exhibition at the Queensland Museum; Western Galleries in Toowoomba; the ‘Gallery of Birds’ Exhibition, Warana Festival, Brisbane; and the ‘Wildlife in Art’ at the Currumbin Sanctuary Conference Centre, Gold Coast.
His work has been reproduced widely in publications, including Queensland Homes, Wildlife Australia, Wildlife Art News in the USA, ‘Feather and Brush’, Three Centuries of Australian Bird Art by Penny Olsen, 2001, CSIRO Publishing, Australia, and several ‘Birds in Art’ Catalogues, published by Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
Greg’s work has also been previously selected for five consecutive years for the internationally acclaimed ‘Birds in Art’ exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in the USA.
He has won many prestigious art awards, and his paintings can be found in both Australian and international collections which include countries such as Japan, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Holland.