Born in Kenya, Robert Glen developed an interest in the arts and natural history from an early age. His interest in sculpture was born while working as an apprentice for taxidermist Coloman Jonas in Denver, Colorado when he was sixteen years old. Not long after returning home, Glen began to sculpt animals in the European tradition.
He cast his first bronze in 1970, and it has since been this type of work for which he is most well-known. Having travelled extensively, his visits include places like Morocco, the Arctic, and all over Kenya, and works directly from the life around him in these various surroundings. For the past seven years Glen has been living in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania, which he values for its uncontaminated space and abundance of wildlife.
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