Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller portraitGlenn Miller's painting style is expressive and intuitive and has won him numerous regional art competitions – including two Bundaberg City Council Art Awards (1988 and 1993).

Born in country Queensland in 1956, Glenn began his art studies under Frank De Silva at the Royal Queensland Art Society in Brisbane and attended the Queensland College of Art between 1981 and 1982 – where John Rigby was one of his tutors and early influences. Glenn's recent works explore the Gympie and Maleny landscapes and contain subtle references to the landscapes of the old masters, as well as those of Paul Gauguin and Willem De Kooning – both of whom Glenn greatly admires and sites as “major influences” on his work.

Having exhibited extensively around Australia and in New York, Glenn's art is held in numerous private, public and corporate art collections, including those of Perpetual Trustees, Monte dei Paschi Bank, and the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery – where his 'Girl on the Beach' (controversial winner of the 1988 Bundaberg Art Award) remains a popular talking point.

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