Gregory Sipp Graces the Spring Edition Cover of Urban Entertainment Business Journal

We are thrilled to announce that Gregory Sipp, a renowned mosaic artist and a passionate lover of Jazz , has been featured on the cover of the 2024 Spring Edition of the Urban Entertainment Business Journal. This feature delves into Gregory’s fascinating journey from a middle school teacher in Michigan to an internationally recognized artist whose works capture the essence of cultural vibrancy and personal history. Continue reading “Gregory Sipp Graces the Spring Edition Cover of Urban Entertainment Business Journal”

Gregory Sipp showing at The exhibit, AACHM@1528: Where Art Meets History

The exhibit, “AACHM@1528: Where Art Meets History”

October 24, 2021 – December 18, 2021

It is such an honor for me to have two of my mosaics displayed in the African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County. To me the museum is a treasure for the community. It is a physical space to preserve, archive, and celebrate African American history. Continue reading “Gregory Sipp showing at The exhibit, AACHM@1528: Where Art Meets History”

Gregory Sipp showing his Nancy Wilson Mosaic at Art Birmingham 2018

Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of Gregory Sipp release of his Nancy Wilson Mosaic.

Gregory will be showing this one of a kind  Mosaic along with his other mosaics at Art Birmingham. May 12th and 13th, 2018.

Visit Greg at Booth #056


Click here for more info on how to find Grgory Sipp at Art Birmingham.

This year Art Birmingham celebrates its 37th annual return to Shain Park, downtown Birmingham’s beautiful City Park. This exquisite fine art fair will showcase more than 150 juried artists in an elegant and extraordinary setting and is an annual Mother’s Day tradition. Featured work includes painting, ceramics, photography, jewelry, glass, wood, sculpture, mixed media, fiber, metal and more.

Shain Park is conveniently located in the center of this favorite urban downtown and features all new and welcoming pathways and beautiful landscaping. As the downtown center, the park is surrounded by convenient parking for fair goers and within easy access to the many unique stores and fabulous restaurants of downtown Birmingham. Admission is free.

Gregory Sipp makes the Cover of Brilliant Corners Summer 2018 Edition

I had the good fortune of having Sascha Feinstein contact me on my website. Sascha is a professor at Lycoming College in Penn.

He also is a well known poet, essayist, and editor.

Sascha founded Brilliant Corners : A Journal of Jazz and Literature in 1996.

Brilliant Corners, the only national journal to focus on jazz-related literature. Continue reading “Gregory Sipp makes the Cover of Brilliant Corners Summer 2018 Edition”

Notes from the Mid Atlantic jazz Festival 2018

I had a great time at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival. Besides the fact that I sold my Thelonious Monk mosaic and numerous prints of my mosaics. The festival was held at the Hilton Garden  Hotel in Rockville, MD.

The hotel was very welcoming. And the settings for both the jazz high school competitions and the jazz headliners were outstanding.

With the great mixture of the enthusiastic high schoolers, the professionalism of the veteran jazz musicians, and the great jazz audience made this festival outstanding.

The jazz tradition is very strong on the east coast.


Gregory Sipp to release Thelonious Monk Mosaic at Mid – Atlantic Jazz Festival in Rockville, Maryland February 16-18 2018

Join Gregory Sipp at the Mid – Atlantic Jazz Festival in Rockville, Maryland February 16-18 2018 for the release of his Thelonious Monk Mosaic along with his other mosaics.

The Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival (MAFJ) is presented in the true spirit and intent of the former East Coast Jazz Festival (ECJF).  Founded in 1992 by vocalist/vocal educator Ronnie Wells, for the next 15 years the ECJF was produced by and benefited The Fish Middleton Jazz Scholarship Fund, Inc.

(FMJS).  ECJF was originally created in honor of Elmore “Fish” Middleton, a Washington, DC jazz radio programmer, whose commitment to promoting jazz music and supporting emerging jazz artists became the guiding principle behind the festival.

Produced by the Jazz Academy of Music, which hosts a burgeoning annual jazz camp for aspiring high school jazz musicians, the MAJF makes an indelible commitment to jazz education.

The Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival will build upon the legacy of ECJF in presenting the region’s finest talents and visiting masters in unique “festival” programs and configurations, Next Generation jazz artists, and student ensembles.

Click here to purchase Gregory Sipp’s Thelonious Monk Mosaic



AKA Sorority Honors Gregory Sipp as Man of Achievement 2017

Congratulations to Gregory Sipp whom received the prestigious award as one of the 2017 AKA Sorority Honors Men of Achievement award.

The AKA's annual Celebration of Black Men held October !4, 2017. The AKA's honors the contributions of various black men in the arts, community service, education, medicine, engineering, and law. Gregory Sipp was chosen for his contributions in the arts. Greg has presented his work at the Ann Arbor African American Museum Focus on The Arts Program.

He has presented at the annual Black History month celebration at the McCann World Group, in Birmingham MI. He has been an annual contributor to the Cade Foundation a national organization that fights infertility. He has been active in the local arts community. And he has been in numerous galleries in the state of Michigan.

Gregory Sipp to show at the 2017 Chicago Jazz Festival – Art Fair

I’m so proud to show at the 2017 Chicago Jazz Festival – Art Fair.  It gives me and opportunity to show my latest mosaic art works on such a world class stage. Please stop by and visit me at the Art Fair vendor showcase.

This event is produced by the Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events Programmed by the Jazz Institute of Chicago.

This is my second year at the Chicago Jazz Festival. Continue reading “Gregory Sipp to show at the 2017 Chicago Jazz Festival – Art Fair”