Glenn’s paintings and drawings are worked directly from the model. On a formal level they comprise a synthesis of colour and line to describe volume and structure; the technical skill employed presents a counterpoint to contemporary celebrity-driven culture of the perfect body, by depicting ordinary people with their particular imperfections. The isolated figure; vulnerable and self-absorbed, is often observed as a foreshortened scape.
He has shown widely throughout U.K., Dortmund, Germany and Manhattan, N.Y.C.
Solo shows include Alternative Arts London, Tubal Cain Art Centre, “Tracks and Wires” Fisherton Mill Gallery, Lifeworks” and The Untitled Gallery, Hampstead, London.
Artwork featured on B.B.C. “The Late Show”; 1990 and 1992, and feature film, “Deja-Vu”; 1997.