Connie Glowacki's goal in drawing and painting is to transport the viewer of her work to a special time and place, a place of beauty and special insight, which is often fleeting because of the changing effects of light.
Fascination with light and shadow as they define shape and textures has led Connie to an increasingly wider scope of subject matter. Light passing through sheer fabric, gleaming from a porch at midnight, casting shadows down a wooden pier illuminating boats in the harbor, these subjects challenge Connie to take you there!
Connie has a B.S. and M.S. in Education from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater and taught elementary school. She and her husband, Mike, create, mat, frame and market her work. Her memberships include Janesville Art League, Peninsula Art Association, Wisconsin Women in the Arts, Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors/Artists and All Media, Midwest Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, American Watercolor Society, and signature membership in Wisconsin Watercolor Society, and Watercolor USA Honor Society. She continues to receive top honor in shows and her work is included in corporate and private collections throughout the nation.
Connie's work is featured in the following art magazines:
U.S. ART (Article) August 1997 pp. 18, 35 April 1998 pp.26, 27, 79
INFOMART Winter 1998 pp. 68, 87, 89 Spring 1998 pp. 50, 77
ART TRENDS March/April 1998 pp. 57, 112 June/July 1998 pp. 35-38
ART WORLD NEWS April 1998 pp. 7