Glenn holds a first class honours degree in Fine Art (Sculpture) and is also a qualified teacher. He has exhibited widely throughout the UK and is a member of Sculpture Cymru.
His annual trips to the Arctic give him first-hand experience of climate change, and his sculptures in stone, wood, bronze and mixed media reflect his increasing concern for the environment.
He has exhibited at the Royal Academy, Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh, the Finite Exhibition, Hadlow, Oriel Canfas, Cardiff, the Portico Gallery, Sevenoaks, Open Exhibition, Royal Cambrian Academy, the Ardent Gallery, Brecon, the Gas Gallery, Aberystwyth and the Card Gallery, Rhayader, among others.
My principle interests, when making sculpture, lie in the concept of time and our relationship with it. Alongside this sits a deep concern for the frailty of our environment and society’s apparent inability to recognise and value beauty in any meaningful way. A system based on growth will always put people and nature second. For me, the only reason to make art is to communicate and try to help people see things in a different way so, therefore, I would want my work to encourage people to see that there is another way that humans can live together that does not require habitat destruction, warfare, starvation and species decline; they just need to see that this system is failing and destined to self destruct very soon.