Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The Art of Glen Scrimshaw: Part 1

I talked to my brother on the phone today, and he told me that he had a chance meeting with Glen Scrimshaw in North Battleford, Sk. During their conversation, my brother said that he told Glen that I paint. Glen asked, "What media does he paint in." My brother answered, "acrylics". Glen expressed immediate enthusiasm when he heard that.

I checked out Glen's website but couldn't find an option to send him an email to ask for his permission to present him via his you tube videos. So Glen...if you see this note, please send me a line. (my email address is in the right column).

To check out Glens' website, please click here

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