Hopkins, South Carolina – As a 2012 701 CCA Prize Finalist, Tonya’s work has been exhibited throughout the Southeast and beyond, including in New York, Washington, DC, Baltimore, Chicago, and Germany. She was the first full-time undergraduate art student to be featured in New American Paintings. Her most recent solo exhibition was at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY; the show provided an overview of four different series of paintings created since the late 1990s. Highlights from Gregg’s career also include a solo exhibition at Houston’s Lawndale Art Center, three large community art murals in Nicaragua, a grant from the South Carolina Arts Commission and several residencies including the Kaiserslautern Artists Association Wollmagazin studio complex in Germany and the Banff Centre in Canada. Gregg holds a BFA in painting and MA in Community Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her MFA is from the University of Chicago.