GREGORY EUCLIDE’S LATEST PAINTINGS WERE DESTROYED AFTER HIS 25-MINUTE LUNCH BREAK. LUCKILY, HE TOOK PHOTOS.
We all have different ways of coping with the boredom that comes with a daily routine. Some of us take to YouTube, others smoke. When Gregory Euclide gets restless, he draws.
The Minnesota-by-way-of-Wisconsin artist, who has exhibited at Mass MoCA and MAD, teaches high schoolers outside of Minneapolis. The relentless schedule–”38 students an hour, five hours a day, for 8 months”–spurred him to start drawing at work, as a stress release. “During my lunch break I would start these drawings on the white board,” explains Euclide. “I would give myself 25 minutes to finish something.”
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