Resounds: Stephen Glueckert
Best known for drawings, conceptual pieces, collages, interactive sculptures, and assemblages, Stephen Glueckert is often inspired by folk art. His work championing issues of social justice, art history, and cultural values while subtly commenting on various social ills and human behaviors.
Glueckert is a prodigious artist always emphasizing both the emotional and humorous content of his subject matter.
Stephen Glueckert was born and currently living in Missoula, MT., Stephen received a BFA from the University of Idaho and a M.Ed. in Art Education from Western Washington University. He has taught at The University of Montana, the University of Papua New Guinea, and throughout the Pacific Northwest. He spent ten years at the Northwest Children’s Home as a counselor and teacher. He retired in 2015, after 23 years as Senior Curator for the Missoula Museum of Art.
Glueckert has been a recipient of a Montana Individual Artist’s Fellowship. In addition being a practicing artist, he has written extensively about contemporary artists living and working in Montana.