Charles T. Glazer
Mr. Glazer has practiced his art professionally for more than 50 years. At age 10, he was selected to enter an elite artist training program at the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh under Master Artist Joseph Fitzpatrick, the same class Andy Warhol attended, which Glazer attended for seven years. He also trained at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh while attending high school.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism at Pennsylvania State University where he studied various media, including print, film, video and performance art. He recently retired from a successful career in corporate relations. During his career, Mr. Glazer leveraged his creative talent in many roles, working for two leading advertising and public relations agencies, serving as editor and publisher of two magazines and managing the corporate relations departments of three Fortune 500 companies.
In the course of his career, Mr. Glazer created countless award-winning advertising and promotional campaigns, brochures, newsletters, videos, films, billboards, annual reports, live shows and other creative communications media.
Now retired and residing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Mr. Glazer has refocused his creative talent on oil painting that reflects the beautiful coastal and low-country ecology of the area. He does both commissioned and non-commissioned work, primarily in realism and American impressionism. His art can be viewed at various Grand Strand galleries, gift shops and restaurants.
He was featured on the cover and pages 20-21 of the Summer 2019 issue of HTC's Life Connections magazine.
Charles T. Glazer
"I see fascinating beauty all around me, in magnificent skies, endless marshes and nature's glory. Whether it is in my interpretation of nature's design of a beautiful waterfowl or the rustic color and texture of an abandoned boathouse, my creative urges are reflected on my canvas. Charles T. Glazer Fine Art is born out of a combination of my education, training and experience, which allows my perspective as an artist to remain traditional yet contemporary. I feel blessed to be able to interpret what I see for others to enjoy."
"Painting is easy when you don't know how, but very difficult when you do"