The Forests of Antarctica 30

Piece description from the artist

The original drawing for this painting was made in Quoddy Head Bog in Northern Maine. The forms are derived from the wind and sound of the place as well as the forms of the plants.

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About Michael Glier

Hoosick Falls, NY

Mike Glier makes drawings and paintings about the human relationship with the environment. A recipient of a National Endowment Fellowship in drawing, and a Guggenheim Fellowship in painting, Glier has had solo exhibitions at Krakow Witkin Gallery, Boston; Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York; Gerald Peters Gallery, New York and Santa Fe; and the Museum of Modern Art, NY. The Drawing Center, NY, The Tyler Gallery, Philadelphia, and the Opalka Gallery, Albany NY, have sponsored national touring exhibitions and he has participated in the Whitney Museum Biennial, NY. Glier has exhibited internationally at the Lisson Gallery, London; Tanya Grunert Gallery, Cologne; American Graffiti, Amsterdam; Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; and in 2019 was an Artist in Residence at Hauser and Wirth Gallery, Somerset, England.

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