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Glen Bacus

Glen Bacus or Glen Lee Bacus was born in California’s Mt, View and spend his further life in Boston at Massachusetts. Glen Bacus did post graduation from The Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston in the year 1994 and from Decordova Museum in Lincoln in the year 1995.

After completing his post graduation, Glen Bacus got many awards for his work on paintings. In 1993 Glen Bacus attended Umass Dartmouth and received BFA from there. Glen Bacus was very particular in his pop modernistic style. Glen Bacus also organized various exhibitions of his paintings in the greater Boston area. Some of his very recent exhibitions include The Milton Art Museum at Milton in 2001, and Radar Gallery at Boston on the same year. Glen Bacus also organized various live shows on his paintings he organized these shows in collaboration with Boston's area musicians and DJ's. These shows use to be done mainly in night clubs of Boston. The First Nite Boston and Lake Ober and Wonderbar in 2001 became very famous.

Glen Bacus became very famous for his works; some of his paintings include Frog , Glen Bacus created frog in the year 2002. It was a nice acrylic painting piece with a width of 20 inches and height of 16 inches. The painting was done on animal theme. Glen Bacus another painting was also derived from animal theme. The title of the painting was “Elephant” done in the year 2002. The painting was 20 inches wide and 16 inches high. Another famous painting of Glen Bacus was the Rhino , also created in 2002. Like his previous works this work was also an unframed one and the theme was same animal. It was an acrylic work done on canvas. Glen Bacus created one untitled work in the year 2002. It was also an acrylic work done on canvas 24 inches wide and 29 inches high, this untitled work was also done taking animals theme.

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