Main Street Gallery

Glenis Gray

After teaching at Primary and Secondary levels in Liverpool and Manchester, UK, Glenis Gray moved into educational publishing – copy writing and photography, for art and craft teaching products, then into store (fashion) publishing catalogues for Empire Stores in Bradford. From 1985 when she moved to Australia – Glenis worked for Edward Arnold in NSW, then Campion Books, managing booklist distribution to schools, prior to enrolling at University in 1988.

Due to family needs and work commitments and several moves, by 1996 Glenis was living in Brisbane – and in 1998 Glenis with her family moved to the Philippines. Here she exhibited work with WIRES (Women in Residence) – a group of ex-pats who exhibited at the Ayala Museum and Australian Embassy during the 4 years she lived there.

Returning to live here in Australia again – this experience had reignited the need to further develop her own Artworks. She committed to further professional tuition and study – her own style of work evolving whilst living and working on the beautiful and inspiring Sunshine Coast.

Glenis is an emerging Artist showing new works in major Arts events locally and statewide – with support and enthusiasm being shown for her mixed media experimentation, and dynamic figurative work.

Images below – of original mixed media, sketches, and paintings all available matted in white, cellophane wrapped, unframed. Small in scale – to suit frame of 12 x 10″ or Medium in scale to suit frame of 16 x 12″. Please enquire.

Selection of Works for Sale

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