What kind of pens and brushes do you use?

I use a variety of pens, including fountain pen, Micron, Pentel Brush Pens, or Artist’s Loft. I also use acrylic inks and India ink with these.

What medium do you use?

Acrylic on canvas, ink on paper, and wood panels.

Can I buy prints / print sets / originals?

To buy any art items, go to my new Etsy site: http://etsy.com/shop/GlenRonald/

Do you do custom work?

Generally not. Mainly working on fine art and using my own imagination.

How do you make the chaos?

I use several techniques such as splashing ink, spraying water, and applying the paint with unusual methods.

Where is your studio?

My studio is located at 11739 94 street in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

What inspires you?

I am inspired by chaos, music, nature, science, spiritual questions, and human psychology.

Could you do pillows, coasters, t-shirts, or other knickknacks? 

If the prints are selling well, I will start doing other products.

What are your studio hours?

I am available by appointment only.


Any questions? Leave a reply below with any other questions you have for me.


5 thoughts on “FAQs

  1. Shannon says:

    Where did you go to school?

  2. Efi says:

    Can you share us about the unusual metodhs that you use? Or make a video tutorial. Really wanna try it.

  3. Boris says:

    How comes your artworks are so cheap?

  4. Rosie Carter says:

    I already contacted you on your youtube and realised I could find some answers to my questions here…is there anywhere you talk a little more about the themes and ideas in your artwork? Thank you.

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