Born on May 27, 1986, in Uzhhorod, artist Gregory Goy discovered his passion for oil painting at the age of 20. Utilizing the palette knife as his preferred tool, he delves into the captivating world of cities, particularly large urban landscapes.
The bustling energy of city life, the ceaseless movement that persists day and night, illuminated windows that never know darkness, and the perpetual flow of cars on highways—these are the subjects that inspire Gregory's art. His paintings capture the vibrant essence of urban existence.
Gregory's artistic journey began in childhood, honing his skills through academic drawing. The drawing circle at the Palace of the Children and Youth played a pivotal role in shaping his artistic foundation. Notably, he found inspiration in lessons from Alexander Boksay, a close relative of Joseph Boksay, the visionary behind the distinctive Transcarpathian school of painting.