Sharing w/ You Excerpts on my ART

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The Uncommon Art of Glenn Bautista

by Alice G. Guillermo

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Glenn’s Early Sketches

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Remnants of Glenn’s
First 2-Month Tour of Europe
when he was a Student

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Having reach a high level of artistic development, the artist visited Germany in the early Eighties and specialized in lithography at the Kunstakademie in Dusseldorf. In the stimulating climate of the school, he enthusiastically plunged famed Bauhaus traditions. Thus, during this sojourn in that country, Glenn Bautista produced a series of art works for which he won critical recognition, his works becoming part of the permanent exhibit at GalerieArt204 at Rethelstrasse, Dusseldorf, in the distinguished company of Joseph Beuys and the Masters Ernst, Chagall, Dali, and Miro. He returned to the Philippines in the mid-eighties to resume his active participation in the art scene by working on…

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Glenn’s Early Religious Works / 1964-67

I just found this just now, and perhaps I have to reblog for this to get to the blog menu.

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THE EVENT/ by Glenn A. Bautista

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It was 1965 and I was 17 years old when my father, a Methodist minister, encouraged me to join an International Art Competition. Submitted artworks were exhibited at the New York World’s Fair. Sixty entries from all over the world were received and visitors at the fair casually voted for the artwork they wished to win. I almost hit the ceiling of our house jumping for joy when I received a registered “airmail” from WorldLit-Lit & Christian Literature notifying me that I had won the art competition.

Not too long after the announcement, I received a check and some boxes of Christmas cards of my artwork, “The Event”. I was never the same since then. I maintained the same passion I had then in painting all through these years- with only a few interruptions. Below is a brief description of what…

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THANK YOU, from the Bautista Family