The Messenger - Framed 24
The Messenger - Framed 24" x 47"
The Foal - Unframed 18
The Foal - Unframed 18" x 20"
The Foal - Unframed 17
The Foal - Unframed 17" x 19"
The Foal - Framed 40
The Foal - Framed 40" x 43"
The Foal - Framed 36
The Foal - Framed 36" x 39.5"
Spirits Of The Forest - Artist Proof Framed 12
Spirits Of The Forest - Artist Proof Framed 12"x 13.5"
Peony AP
Peony AP
New Direction - Artist Proof Framed 14
New Direction - Artist Proof Framed 14"x 17"
Mysterious
Mysterious
Messenger - Unframed 9
Messenger - Unframed 9" x 25"
Ghost Horse - Unframed 17
Ghost Horse - Unframed 17"x 19"
Ghost Horse - Framed 41
Ghost Horse - Framed 41"x 47"
Ghost Horse - Framed 38.5
Ghost Horse - Framed 38.5"x 36.5"
Double Take - Artist Proof Framed 20
Double Take - Artist Proof Framed 20"x 16"
Clearing Storm
Clearing Storm
Blue Harmony AP
Blue Harmony AP
Awaken - Artist Proof Framed 23
Awaken - Artist Proof Framed 23" x 42.75" AP
Awaken - Artist Proof Framed 18.5
Awaken - Artist Proof Framed 18.5"x 21.5"


My life's passion started in the summer of 1969 when I had the opportunity to see a portfolio of fine art photographs. In a brief moment I was mesmerized by their richness and beauty. It was in that moment photography took a hold of me and I discovered what was to become my life's work. To experience a magical moment when everything is just a perfect rare thing when it happens. To be there, capture it, experience it, hold that moment forever in a photograph is what drives my life. Even today, over 40 years later, there is nothing I'd rather do than grab the cameras, get in the car, and go out and take photographs. My passion for photography is stronger than ever. Although I'd rather be in a field of horses than a room full of people, one of the greatest parts of being a photographer is sharing my love of the creative moment with others.



Gregg started down the photography trail 30 years ago when he was inspired by some black-and-white images taken by another photographer. Many of his photographs are considered a window to the west. Not the west of billboards and subdivisions but a timeless place where human beings live in deep connection to the animals and the land. My photographs never look like the original scene. You try to work your magic in the dark room, to master technique in order to be able to come up with a print that expresses how you felt at the moment. You know when the moment has passed. He's not after a uniform look which would tie his photographs together, approaching each new image as if it's the first he's ever done. He experiments with a variety of toners and photographic papers which respond differently to different techniques in order to find the one which best sets the mood.



Albracht studied philosophy at Regis College in Denver. He has had more than 80 shows all over the west and has won more than 25 regional and national awards. His photographs are exhibited in museum collections throughout the country including collections in Montana, Santa Fe, Nebraska, and Washington, D.C.