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An Obstinacy of Buffalo Print by Garth Glazier
An Obstinacy of Buffalo by Garth Glazier
Amaryllis Winter Fantasy by Garth Glazier
Dressed for Christmas by Garth Glazier
The Blue Tulip by Garth Glazier
A Camp of Bats Print by Garth Glazier
A Camp of Bats by Garth Glazier
A Sleuth of Bears Print by Garth Glazier
A Sleuth of Bears by Garth Glazier
WALK THE LINE #2 by Garth Glazier
WALK THE LINE #1 by Garth Glazier
A Touch of Red by Garth Glazier
The Red Bridge by Garth Glazier
Moonlight Walk in the Garden by Garth Glazier
Snow Over Cranbrook Lake by Garth Glazier
Last of the Blue Water. by Garth Glazier
The Japanese Garden in Winter by Garth Glazier
Boxing Greats Dempsey and Tunney by Garth Glazier
FDR in His Prime by Garth Glazier
Getting Ready for the Performance by Garth Glazier
Count Basie at Piano by Garth Glazier
Pavarotti Portrait by Garth Glazier
The Duke by Garth Glazier
Jazz Montage by Garth Glazier
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About Garth Glazier
Imagine what it would be like to walk into a commercial art studio in Detroit in 1981 without any formal training as an illustrator and ask for a job and you will have a pretty good idea of how my career as a professional illustrator began. As a graduate with a BFA from a small liberal arts college I knew that I had to find a way to make a living by drawing. Getting a job in a studio gave me a chance to learn from some of the best talent in the country. I always planned to return to fine arts, but after 28 years I am still in "the business" and still finding ways to get paid to draw and paint and make art in a variety of media.
Photography and painting have remained my twin passions over the years and classic cars offer plentiful subject matter for creating unique images. Well restored classic cars are works of art to me. As subjects these bright shining jewels lend themselves to the creation of lush images that recall the days of the great Detroit car painters.
I use Photoshop to create full fledge paintings from my own original photography. However, some photographs are presented in their original form. I use a rapid fire technique in photographing subjects, often taking five hundred to a thousand pictures in a few hours. My background as a painter accounts for a tendency to work fast with the camera. I see photographs as quick individual studies of the subject. Moving constantly as I take pictures, the result is a variety of images framed in subtly different ways and from different angles.