Tell us about your artwork.
Most of my artwork comes from dreams or visions I’ve had. For example, one of my paintings was inspired by a dream I had about the end of the world, when all the stars fell peacefully from the sky. I believe my art steps outside the confines of religious symbolism into the realm of experience, to show a larger than life mystery. Who or what has been your greatest inspiration?
My relationship with God has been my greatest inspiration. My father, Dale Glasgow (also an artist), taught me to paint as a child and constantly inspires me to go above and beyond creatively. In which direction do you plan to take your work in the future?
I would like to do work that incorporates all the senses. I’m also an actress, and I have a degree in producing and directing. Merging paint, film, and music together would be a dream. Her favorites: Favorite City?
NYC, of course. Travel Destination?
I’m a big fan of romantic little Bed and Breakfasts Restaurant?
Does Babycakes count? hah! I'm new to the city, so I'm still trying everything out... Bar?
The Wren Museum or gallery?
Depends on the exhibit Film?
The Tree of Life. The abstract mode of storytelling was lovely. Book?
Dancing Daffodil Daisy, a children’s book I illustrated. Drink?
Strong coffee Artist?
Gustave Doré and William Blake Shop?
Vintage shops in the East Village or LES. Cause(s) closest to your heart?
Ending human trafficking and exploitation of women. I believe in what NightLight
is doing. Top 3 songs?
Shake it Out by Florence and the Machine Break Every Chain by Will Reagan and United Pursuit We Don’t Eat by James Vincent McMorrow