Gregg Hertzlieb is the director/curator of the Brauer Museum of Art at Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana. Hertzlieb has a master’s degree in fine arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a master’s degree in education from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
An exhibiting artist working primarily in watercolor and pen and ink, Hertzlieb has shown his art in numerous exhibitions. His work is in both public and private collections.
Hertzlieb is the editor of the books The Calumet Region: An American Place (Photographs by Gary Cialdella) (2009), Heeding the Voice of Heaven: Sadao Watanabe Biblical Stencil Prints (2010), and Domestic Vision: Twenty-Five Years of the Art of Joel Sheesley (2008), as well as a contributor to the books The Art of George Ames Aldrich (2013), The Indiana Dunes Revealed: The Art of Frank V. Dudley (2006) and American Railroad China: Image and Experience (2008). In addition to performing his duties at the museum, Hertzlieb teaches Museum Studies, Managing Facilities, and Printmaking; serves as art editor for Valparaiso University’s journal The Cresset; and contributes essays on Brauer collection objects to the Valparaiso Poetry Review. Hertzlieb is a native of Northwest Indiana and lives in LaPorte.