Gregory Knott

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Above: Rochambeau (top) & Duck, Duck, Goose (bottom), prints on canvas, both have 3 panels – each panel 36 x 72″

Gregory Knott is based in Wake County, North Carolina and features a wide range of indoor and outdoor photography. Knott’s Rochambeau and Duck, Duck, Goose are triptych prints and are intended to invoke a comical and nostalgic response from the viewer. Since they are conversation pieces, it is only fitting that they are placed in our meeting rooms!

Greg has lots of other cool works, check out his website below!

Fun Fact: Rock, Paper, Scissors The first known mention of the game was in the book of Wuzazu by the Chinese Ming-dynasty writer Xie Zhaozhi, who wrote that the game dated back to around 206 BC – 220 AD. In the book, the game was called shoushiling.

Author: thecurrentiowablog

From porters in stylish duds to original contemporary artwork in every room and one-of-a-kind spaces to host meetings and social gatherings, we put an artful spin on the meaning of luxury at The Current ~ Iowa. Built by renowned architect Daniel Burnham on the site of Davenport's first hotel, our AAA Four Diamond-rated hotel in the heart of downtown Davenport offers breathtaking views of the Mighty Mississippi as well as the opportunity to earn Marriott Rewards with the Marriott Autograph Collection. Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, you're sure to enjoy our state-of-the-ART fitness center, pool, business centers, and club lounge. Every event at The Current is sure to wow: from the sun rising over the outdoor patio of UP’s rooftop restaurant and lounge, to evening cocktails in Viva’s private tequila aging and tasting room & gallery. This is where history meets hip culture. #hipstoric.

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