Meet the artists

Gregg Arnold & Alie Reynolds

Gregg Arnold

Artist

Gregg created art work for as long as he could remember. In the early years, his artistry came in many forms, including his own cable TV show where he interviewed actors and sports figures. Later, Gregg performed as lead singer for a popular N.J. rock band. From there, he moved behind the scenes as a talent coordinator for a popular N.Y.C. night club, and then stepped out in front again as a bodybuilder competing in several exhibitions and modeling for variety of magazines.

Alie Reynolds

Artist

Alie graduated from Michigan State University where she majored in English communication Arts. During her time at MSU and then while she was teaching, she found that her passion was in teaching art. After spending many years in the real estate business, she now spends her time painting and dabbling in sculptures. She has won several awards, and her work is very popular.

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Gregg created art work for as long as he can remember. In the early years, his artistry came in many forms, including my own cable TV show where he interviewed actors and sports figures. Later, Gregg performed as lead singer for a popular N.J. rock band. From there he moved behind the scenes as a talent coordinator for a popular N.Y.C. night club, and then stepped out in front again as a bodybuilder competing in several exhibitions and modeling for variety of magazines.
All the while continuing his sense of artistry by working across a variety of media – with metal sculpture being my current favorite. While in his early 20s, he dabbled in etched and carved glass and created custom pieces for notable clients such as singer Whitney
Houston.

Gregg's 5-piece Anne Frank series, painted in acrylics, captures the essence of her legendary life and was featured in the April 9, 2013, issue of the Kingman Daily Miner. A limited edition of numbered, 18 x 24-inch, signed prints of my Frank series will be available in the near future.

In 2003, Gregg decided to move west – feeling the draw of the Route 66 mystique. He purchased 3-acre property outside Kingman, AZ.

This parcel of Arizona land sits at the corner of Antares Road, and is where he created Giganticus Headicus. “GH” (as it is sometimes called) is a 14-foot, giant green Tiki head -- my largest sculpture to date.

“GH” has become a worldwide tourist attraction, featured in travel publications, marketing campaigns, and consumer magazine layouts. According to actor, James Woods, “GH” is a “must see Route 66 classic.”” – Gregg Arnold

You may have seen Giganticus Headicus and other of Gregg’s works featured in these publications:
Route 66 Magazine – Fall 2004
Can Tho’ (Korean Newspaper) – Oct. 2004
Bill Griffith “Zippy” Cartoon -- 2006
Automobile Magazine (L.A. Auto Show and Infinity G35 Ads) – Jan. 2007
Phoenix Magazine -- Feb. 2010
Arizona Highways -- Jan. 2011
Kingman Daily News – 2004 through 2015
The Weekly Standard -- April 29, 2015

In the fall of 2012 Walmart teamed with Nabisco’s Cheez-It campaign in an online promotion titled, “Real American Road Trip.” Our own Giganticus Headicus was chosen as one of the 60 most interesting things to see while traveling across America!
In 2015, Gregg’s newest metal water-inspired sculptures (Whimsy Under the Sea and Derby) were featured in local newspapers. In November two of Gragg's sculptures were installed in Kingman, AZ, the "wheel" in front of the visitor's Center and the other, Mountain Biking Around the World, on Hwy 93 marking the way to the fabulous bike and walking paths in Kingman.

In the fall of 2012 Walmart teamed with Nabisco’s Cheez-It campaign in an online promotion titled, “Real American Road Trip.” Our own Giganticus Headicus was chosen as one of the 60 most interesting things to see while traveling across America!

In 2015, Gregg’s newest metal water-inspired sculptures (Whimsy Under the Sea and Derby) were featured in local newspapers. In November two of Gregg's sculptures were installed in Kingman, AZ, the "wheel" in front of the visitor's Center and the other, Mountain Biking Around the World, on Hwy 93 marking the way to the fabulous bike and walking paths in Kingman.

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Giganticus Headicus

"Giganticus Headicus" is its name, a half-buried, 14-foot-tall pseudo-tiki sculpted of metal, wood, chicken wire, styrofoam and cement, created in 2004 by Gregg Arnold, a migrant from New Jersey. It stands outside what was once the Kozy Corner Trailer Court. Arnold is remodeling the A-frame next door, the one with the giant robotic ants crawling up its outside wall. - See more at:

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