Glenyse Thompson

Glenyse Thompson

hello@glenyse.com, FL, United States

About Glenyse Thompson

Glenyse Thompson is best known for her twisting, flowing, textural hand-drawn abstract art made with water-medias, created with colorful backgrounds, others showing extreme starkness by creation on black paper with white ink.

Current themes are conversations shown in a visual manner, illustrating we are more similar than not. “My paintings and hand-drawings have everything to do with how we interact daily. Conversation is something we would miss if not happening, yet we rarely stop to think how much value we should place on it. We are nothing without each other.”

Exhibitions

Hyatt Regency Orlando, Orlando, Florida, 2019. Curated by Orlando Museum of Art

Beyond the Mask: Storytelling in Black + Design, High Point Market, High Point, North Carolina, 2019. Curators, Leyden Lewis and Nina Cooke John

Florida Grown, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, 2019

Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, Online Finalist, Art Basel, Miami, 2018

Featured Artist shown concurrently to Magnetic Fields, The Museum Store, Museum of Fine Art, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2018

Fresh Squeezed 2 — Emerging Artists in Florida, Morean Galleries, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2018

PaperWest, National Works on Paper Juried Exhibition, Gittens Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah. Juror, Willie Cole, 2018

Off The Wall, ArtCenter Manatee, Bradenton, Florida. Juror, Kathy Gibson, 2017

99th Annual Members Show, Morean Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida, 2017

Finalist, ArtFields, Lake City, South Carolina, 2017

Art Exhibition — Foundation Coffee, Tampa, Florida. Curator, Teri Navajo, 2017

Opus Tampa — An Art Exhibition, Tampa, Florida, 2017

Five By Five, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida, 2016

PRESS/ONLINE EXHIBITIONS:
2018 —
Glenyse Thompson, Interview, ACS Magazine March/April 2018

2017 —
Beautiful Hangover, Cover, 53rd Annual Edition,
ellipsis....literature & art literary journal, Westminster College

Kerris, artwork posted in photo article, Energized Abstracts on Artsy Shark