An Artist's Talk with Tim Glover
ABOUT TIM GLOVER
Tim Glover has taught at the High School for Performing and Visual Arts, Houston, Texas since 1997. He became a member of the full-time faculty in 2013. Mr. Glover has received commissions from the City of Houston, Houston Metro Light Rail, The Children’s Museum Houston, the University of Houston and more recently, “Light Garden” at the WOW Roundabout in Houston, Texas. As a board member of Buffalo Bayou Art Park he was instrumental in bringing the 18th International Sculpture Conference to Houston in 2000. Mr. Glover has received numerous grants and honors for his professional achievements including the distinguished Pollack-Krasner Award, the Presidential Scholars Program-Teacher Recognition Award, from the U.S. Department of Education and several artist fellowships from the Houston Arts Alliance. His sculptures have been exhibited across the state of Texas, the United States and in several foreign countries, and his work is in public, private and corporate collections in the US. Glover recently had a retrospective exhibition at the LHUCA in Lubbock, and recent work at Houston Baptist University and The Art Car Museum 2016.
"USA Monument", 1992 Steel, Stainless Steel, Paint, 21 ft x 6 ft x 6 ft
"Healing Nature Leaf Nature and Leaf Canopy", 2003 Column-Stainless Steel, Paint, Light, 51' x 14' x 14' Canopy-Stainless Steel, Aluminum, 12' x 40' x 40'