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Glenda's originals can be seen on St. Simon's Island, Georgia at the Left Bank Art Galley and at her studio in Jacksonville, Florida. To contact Glenda, please call (912) 223-0898. Also, be sure to visit her Facebook Page. Glenda's Blog provides more information about her, including other galleries where her paintings are displayed. When viewing this site, click on the picture to see the size and price of the original, if it is still available.
Glenda's serene landscapes provide the viewer with a sense of peace and an escape from everyday pressures of life. Glenda's work is displayed in a number of prestigious corporate and private collections in the United States and Europe. Her work has been displayed on many print publications in the southeast.
'The world of art has always provided me with a deep satisfaction of self expression. Accumulated knowledge, plus the immense inspiration I receive from our beautiful South Georgia marshlands and live oaks, so eloquently draped in Spanish moss, inspire, energize and enrich my life. More recently, the beautiful scenes in the North Georgia and the Carolina highlands have captured my imagination. I view my painting as a very special language containing endless possibilities that I can share with others. I try to capture special moments in time that convey to everyone the natural beauties we all enjoy around us. Each season feeds me with a growing passion that helps me continue my joyful journey.'
Glenda was born in Southeast Georgia. Her early artistic influence came from paintings in her grandmother's home. She studied under Bill Hendrix, a well-known artist and art teacher on St. Simon's Island, Georgia. His teachings and positive encouragement were an important part of Glenda's style and technique.