Greg Angus was born in Burlington, Ontario Canada and currently resides in Toronto. He graduated from Queen's University in 1984 with his Bachelor of Fine Arts, and then continued his education at the University of British Columbia, receiving his Masters of Fine Arts in 1986. Since that time, Greg has participated in solo and group exhibitions around the world including Canada, Japan, France, England,Scotland and the United States.
Mr. Angus' work can be found in many important corporate collections including the Thames Bank in London, England, Tech giant SAP, Germany, Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, Prudential Securities in Tokyo, SKW Ltd. in Tokyo, and Juroku Bank in Tokyo. Some of his past paintings have featured actor William Shatner, industrial designer Karim Rashid, international fashion designed David Dixon, bestselling author Neil Pasricha and many more.
His work has been discussed over the years in The Globe and Mail, Japanese Culture Magazine, Now Magazine, MAG Mass Art Guide, Pie Magazine, and featured on CBC News World (to name just a few). Greg has been the recipient of Provincial grants to run special art projects for youth, the George Metcalf Charitable Foundation Grant, and the Arts in the Community Grant from the Toronto Arts Council.