Gregory Stone (April 5, 1947- September 29, 2016) is a native of Athol, Massachusetts and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture, from Boston University. Stone is well known for his paintings of the homeless and forgotten of society. His work has been exhibited in over forty one-person shows and numerous group exhibitions and can be found in many private and corporate collections throughout the United States. He recently completed a sculpture to honor Anne Frank at the The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, an educational park inspired by Anne Frank’s faith in humanity. It was built to promote respect for human dignity and diversity. Citizens from throughout Idaho and the rest of the United States have contributed $1.6 million to build the memorial. Idaho school children raised the funds to build the bronze statue of Anne Frank. The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial was constructed along the Boise Greenbelt, near other educational facilities like the Black History Museum, The Boise Art Gallery, The Idaho History Museum, the MK Nature Center, and the Log Cabin Literary Center. An artist to the end: Gregory Stone, known for Northampton street portraits, dies of cancer.