Jeffrey Glossip makes paintings that are direct. They are bold in feeling because they are explicit exhibitions of risk. Shape and space create each other. The shape is on a surface that also shapes itself. Glossip draws colors from real life and visualizations and adapts them to paint. It all rests on the chassis of the frame and its raw canvas. The size of the work is chosen so the viewer can be fully enveloped by the image. The canvas is exposed to show the actuality of the painting as an object. The paintings are markers of a time and a place, but they persist.

Artist Solo Show October 2023


San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA:

Master of Fine Arts

University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA:

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Lancaster University, Lancaster, England

Body of Work:

2000-08: Fear (sold out)

2003-10: Flat Plane (available)

2007-09: Anchor (available)

2007-12: Stripes (available)

2008-12: Grids (available)

2014-current: Space (available)

2018-current: Composition (available)

2020-current: Air (available)