Sharing Pueblo's World Class Stories

Since arriving in southern Colorado, Gregory Howell has been listening to and learning from the extraordinary stories of how Pueblo and it citizens continue to play an instrumental role in fostering an environment where arts, history, and culture empower discovery. Upon opening Kadoya Gallery in late 2012, the need to share the stories of local artists to a global audience became immediately apparent. This is the frontier and the beginning of a new digital and traditional print publishing platform. This is Pueblo. 



Sex on the Outside | Sally Lincoln
Girls | Jill Starkey
Still Lucky | Jeffry Moore
Industrial | Kadoya
The Early Years | Randy Wix
Wayfinding | Jean Latka
Adult Nursery | with Mathew Taylor
A Retrospective...So Far | Raul Sosa
Early Works | Dan Levinson
Pueblo in the Nude | Kadoya


Worn Majesty | Anne Scott
Installations | Danielle Harwell
Pueblo Modern | Kadoya
Works of Darien Bogart | Kadoya


The Exhibitionists | Lulu • Amazon

Familiar Convergence | Lulu Amazon

A Lifetime Drawing Conclusions | Lulu • Amazon

FREE • ORIGINAL • WILD | Lulu • Amazon



Storyteller, curator and creative economy consultant, Gregory made his way to Pueblo via Tokyo to join a team of innovative physicians in the launch of a network of medical clinics in Colorado and Texas. While living in Pueblo, Gregory immediately realized the powerful and yet untold story of the new creative economy in one of America's great industrial landscapes which was once dominated by the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company.  Gregory is the owner of Kadoya Gallery on Central Plaza in Downtown Pueblo and since his arrival in Southern Colorado has launched The Shoe Factory, the ARTery and the Underground in the Historic Federal Building. As a branding and marketing specialist in the arts, Gregory is about to launch his new methodology called the Tray of Life to help creatives amplify the narrative of their story. In 2018 Gregory will be releasing his first major storytelling effort Jackie & the Taj which shares the powerful and compelling story of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's historic trip to India in 1962.