Glenn Marlowe has been an artist for 40 years. Early in his career his artistic focus was on painting, drawing, etching and pastels. As his painting evolved into dramatic impasto style, his direction toward sculpture became a natural transition. The scale of his work ranges from small, maquette size, to over-life size. The work includes portraiture and heroic multi-figure mis-en-scene. Marlowe's unique style incorporates a process of controlling and manipulating form in clay. The bio-dynamics of human muscle and bone influence his work, instilling a sense of static and dynamic motion. He models the structural elements of his pieces after Donatello, Michelangelo and Bernini. Marlowe aggrandizes the world of fleeting anatomical gestures because the kinesthetic world has always been his most powerful muse. All of his works can be seen on his website or in his studio/gallery in Long Island City, NY.