Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, Gregory Glynn moved to Seattle to study
sculpture at the University of Washington and earned a BFA in 2000.
Salvaging downed trees and material found in nature, his sculptures
are connotative although primarily abstract. Gregory has exhibited
throughout the Northwest in sculpture parks and public settings. He
most recently received a GAP grant from Artist Trust in Seattle to
create large scale sculpture from trees using a saw mill.
"My work is not inspired as much by nature itself, but rather the momentous and often unperceivable transformations in nature. I seek to evoke a sense of a world in flux and reveal a potency that dwells in living forms. It is through the process of creating my work and interacting with these forces that I find compelling relationships between the materials that I explore and phenomena of the natural world."
Sculpture & Drawing
(see press release)
December 10, 2004 - January 7, 2005
ART IN WOOD GROUP SHOW, Gregory Glynn, Carlos Sosa and Gary Quitslund.
Press Release. December 6, 2004.