While traveling in Denmark this summer, I had an opportunity to attend the world premiere ballet of the Royal Danish Opera presentation of “Chopin Danser”, performed by the Danish Dance Theater. The performance was held at the Copenhagen Opera House, designed by architect Henning Larson. The dance took place in the lobby, which is a spectacular space of glass walls, elevated walkways, and the beautiful curved wooden shell of the opera hall. This scene is near the end of the ballet with a male and female dancer moving in sync to a live piano rendition of Chopin. The sketch is ink on newsprint that was subsequently highlighted with a white gouache wash.
Posing with the "Zen Woman", acrylic on canvas, 2017. This was part of the life drawing exhibit at Gallery 62, Joshua Tree, California.
Latest work by Glenn Grubbs, “Reclining Woman”, acrylic on wood panel, 36″x48″, 2017. If you’re in Southern California on 12 August, stop by Gallery 62 in Joshua Tree and check it out!
This is one of my paintings in the upcoming art show at Gallery 62 in Joshua Tree, California. Titled, “Eight Women Posing”, it is acrylic on wood panel, 24″x36″, 2017. Opening night is 12 August.
This is another painting in my archive from the days when I was working out of a small studio in Phoenix. Size is about 30″ x 48″. Enjoy!
‘Two Lovers”, oil on canvas, 1989
Moving things around, sweeping up, and came across these artifacts of the past. More to follow. . .