Glenn Marlowe has been an artist for more than 35 years. In the beginning, he focused on painting, drawing and pastel work. After painting in a dramatic impasto style, he found sculpture a natural transition, and has been sculpting since 1980. He works towards controlling and manipulating form. Anatomy classes at New York’s Columbia Presbyterian Hospital enabled him to learn the true spirit of the human form. The bio-mechanics of muscle and bone continue to influence his work, instilling a sense of dynamic motion in his sculpture. He models the structural elements of his pieces after the Renaissance artists Donatello, Michelangelo and Bernini. Studying the work of these masters-in-situ has greatly impacted the development of his sculptural style. He carved marble for many years, and had great success working in that medium. Today, he uses clay to model his work, while casting in aqua resin and working the surface to appear as cast metal or bronze.