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Glenn Bradshaw at 90

Glenn Bradshaw is 90.  His life as artist  and teacher is a model for all who share these titles.  The Palette Magazine is honored to feature Glenn in the upcoming issue.  For those who have studied with him or can call themselves friends you will not want to miss his words and images in The Palette.  If you are a subscriber to The Palette Magazine you have only to wait for the next issue – if not call Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff at 1-800-227-2788 and become a member of this publication written for and by artist.

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  • BETTY GEIB

    Dec 2, 2012 at 7:56 pm Reply

    Hi Skip, Good to find you on cyber- was a student some years ago in Ohio, painted landscape on a farm in Dalton, Oh. Congrats on your books – no workshops in Fl that I seen. Much success, betty

  • Geo. D. Corich

    Mar 9, 2013 at 11:12 am Reply

    Have missed reading any recent postings. Your comments
    and thoughts re painting have always been enriching and stimulating. Your comment presense has been, I’m sure, highly motivating to many. Hope all is well with you.

    G. C.

  • Lisa Bradshaw

    Mar 28, 2013 at 8:47 am Reply

    As you may have heard, my dad passed away on March 26. He had health issues, but he was sharp as a tack and had been doing amazingly well for the last year. He was living a quiet art-filled life in his house by a lake with his dog. (Mom died in November 2011.) He apparently died quickly while watching TV and having a cup of tea. We’ll all miss him, but I think he went out in a way we would all choose, and we’re grateful for a life well-lived.

  • Carol MaHarry

    Oct 30, 2014 at 1:20 pm Reply

    i loved Glenn Bradshaw. He was one of my favorite teachers when i attended The University of Illinois 1954-1957. He gave a beautiful letter to me after i had won the art contest at the Champaign County fair-that i still have. My sympathy goes to his family.

  • Bethany Guggenheim

    Jun 15, 2015 at 2:56 pm Reply

    For Lisa Bradshaw….I know I am related to your father. My Grandmother was Elsie Bradshaw Baird and the sister of Asa Bradshaw. I have been going through albums of my mother’s Pauline Baird Reed finding a card from your father. I also remember she had one of your father’s paintings of Lilies. Not sure but think my brother may have gotten it. I went on line to look up your father and saw that he lived long and became much more modern in his painting…at least what I was able to find on line. Not sure you will get this…but maybe. I wish I had found more of his work. My email is above….perhaps he had a book. My mother lived to be 94 and died about 8 years ago. Sincerely, Beth Guggenheim

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