The central focus of Glenn’s art is the human figure, painted in a representational idiom and based on careful direct observation. Observational discipline is grafted to a strong sense of narrative and concept.
This visual repertory, which spans his chosen media can be traced back to a career as a scenic artist [several years with the BBC in London] for film, television and theatre. This time provided opportunities to practice trompe-l’oeil techniques and visual trickery on an industrial scale. He employs this experience to investigate various artistic techniques of [mis]representation, producing a visual discord; a blurring of the line between the genuine and the fraudulent, reality and illusion.
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