Connie Glover studied ceramics at Douglas College, Surrey, BC, and at Laguna Beach School of Art in California.
She has completed residencies at the Banff Centre in Alberta and in Aomori, Japan.
Connie has taught for many years in her own studio and at community centres. Her work has gravitated toward public and community public art projects.
"Making our urban environments more livable and engaging seems a worthwhile pursuit. When citizens become involved in making art for their community, they tap into a sense of ownership and belonging, a feeling of being at home."
In addition to murals and large-scale public art projects, Connie's own work has evolved over the past three decades to an organic quality, inspired by the natural world. She enjoys making large, one-of-a-kind sculptural pieces, influenced most recently by the forms of seed pods and buds, reflecting "the energy of new growth, the unfolding, and the promise of new life".