Glenn England started her formal ceramics training in 1981 at Bendigo School of Mines. In 1985 she completed a Bachelor of Arts (Ceramic Design) at Monash University, Caulfield, and in 1996 a Graduate Diploma of Visual Arts (Ceramics), at Monash University.
She has had solo exhibitions and has participated in numerous joint and group exhibitions.
Before retiring and establishing her studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Glenn taught ceramics in the TAFE system.
Glenn is represented in Collections in Australia and overseas and has won a number of awards.
For over 40 years Glenn’s ceramics have been an ongoing narrative of her experiences, interests, and inspirations. Her work is mainly wheel thrown. She enjoys the rhythm and spontaneity of creating wheel-formed functional pots and often uses the wheel-forming process as the basis for more sculptural and conceptual works. Glenn is currently enjoying the freedom to explore her environment and make a body of work evoking a sense of time, place, and memory.