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About Ordering of Glenn Bautista Prints:
Canvas Prints, Acrylic Prints, Metal Prints, Art Prints & Greeting Cards:
When I upload images of my artworks in this site, the site automatically reveals the sizes of images for printing for you to order. However, to avoid cancellation of your orders, you may choose somewhere 10'x14' size range, smaller or bigger, since not all the images I uploaded (like most early artworks) carry the big resolution necessary for clear printing, as FAA demands. Also, please be assured that FAA will not en-cash your payment if the art print you ordered has not been delivered. If they do, kindly inform me immediately so I can write to them. Although it will take a lot of time, I will continue to re-size all the artworks to prevent cancellation of orders.
Thank you, God bless.
GLENN A. BAUTISTA / Visual Artist
Cell Phone: 469-964-8328
About the Artist:
GLENN A. BAUTISTA was born on March 20, 1947 in Orion, Bataan, a province in Central Luzon, Philippines made infamous by the 1942 Bataan Death March. Glenn is the seventh of nine children in the family, all reared in the faith tradition of the United Methodist Church. His mother Eugenia Angeles was a deaconess, and his father, the Rev. Ignacio P. Bautista, was church minister for 39 years.
Glenn completed his education in Manila: his elementary education at the Sta. Ana Elementary School (1959); secondary education at the Union High School of Manila (1963); and college at the University of Santo Thomas (UST), the oldest existing university in Asia, and at the University of the Philippines (UP), the country’s national university and premier institution of higher learning.
In 1969, he completed a certificate course in Advertising at the UP College of Fine Arts where he was a consistent university scholar. In 1971, Glenn received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California, USA. He then went to Germany in 1982 to pursue further studies in lithography at the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf.
Glenn now resides in Houston, Texas, USA with his wife Lorna, a physiotherapist and food expert. Their son and only child David, drummer/percussionist of the band Southwind, is in the Philippines presently working for an international networking company.
(July 6, '09)
Lorna, my cute, jolly and dependable wife came in from work yesterday - - and as usual, tired. But still, she was in good spirit. When I was asked what was left to be done for the day, I answered that if we were going to attend NAFAUM that night, Marilyn asked me that I fetch her so she could join too.
I was a bit tired too from having resumed working on my pastel sketches. NAFAUM is really from July 5-9, daily from 9AM-10PM) - - but I have neglected my artmaking since I started working on their cover and program for the past weeks. Because of this, I decided not to participate in all its activities but to go there only after Lorna would have come home from work. There's also ample time for me to meet with some old friends who I had not seen for decades!
Back to Lorna - -after making a few important calls, Lorna said "call her so we could go" - - so, I did. Marilyn, as in the past days complained of having pains with her left hand caused by a sore thumb. It was the pain's peak that night so she had to change her mind about NAFAUM.
So, I then drove to NAFAUM (about 30mins to Midway Dr., TX) for dinner and for some Texan lessons in Square and Round Dance with all the NAFAUM delegates. There I met with a lot of old friends (literally, hehe).