Artist Greg DenOtter
In 2008 I founded the Artists Against Hunger organization which twice yearly (June and December) does an art show to benefit feeding South Dakota.  In the 7 shows we have done, we have raised the equivalent of 35,000 pounds for feeding South Dakota.  As an organization we try and help out any other groups with charitable events.
I was born and raised in Volga, South Dakota.  I came from a fairly artistic family, my Dad especially was a very good cartoonist and everyone else has some artistic talent in various ways.
I was always drawing and painting model cars as a kid.  I went on to painting and custom painting on real cars and motorcycles.  I then went on to get a degree in Interior Design.
Presently I work in a lot of different artistic mediums, photography, pottery, jewelry, painting, gunpowder abstract painting, and animal skulls and am starting to delve into the world of fashion design. 
I like to work on projects that I’m never sure what the final outcome will be and mediums that you only have limited control over.  That way, you’re able to tap into the creative energy that is always around us and wants to get involved with us. 
Some of my work is in the Eastbank Gallery at 8th and Railroad Center and also in the Hallstroms Gallery in Luvern, MN.
After admiring Greg’s artwork at 8th and Railroad, Greg generously donated select prints to Co-owners, Jill Moncur and Maria Travers and East Bank Yoga Studio.  Greg now gets free yoga classes!  We are honored to have Greg as a new friend and greatly appreciate his creative offerings.

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