Contemporary Fine Artist, in oil painting and watercolors of global environmental settings and situations derived from extensive travel, using color and movement as a philosophical core www.tunstullstudio.com.
Annual exhibits on Martha's Vineyard. Represented by galleries in Massachusettes, Kentucky, California and Brazil.
Publications: Vogue, Women's Wear Daily, numerous books and journals.
Currently Adjunct Professor at Marist College.
Former faculty, Fashion Institute of Technology, Pratt Institute,
TUNSTULL From Fashion to Fine Art by Glenn Tunstull and Jelani Bandele / TS Publishing
Fashion Drawing by Michele Bryant-Weisen / Prentice Hall
Glenn Tunstull, A Personal View of Light and Color / Blurb
WWD Illustrated 1960’s - 90’s by Michele Bryant-Weisen / Fairchild Publications
Karthryn Klinger’s First Book of Beauty by Kathryn Klinger / Simon & Schuster
2015 MV Times, A look at "Inner Landscapes" by Glenn Tunstull, written by Hermione Hull, Aug 12, 2015
2013 Martha’s Vineyard Gazette, Fashion Sense on the Canvas, Artist Portrays Life in Color, Aug 16, 2013
2012 Martha’s Vineyard will host Harlem Fine Arts Show, Aug 1, 2012
2011 Boston Globe, Names, Obama going places around the Vineyard, Aug 22, 2011, ppB12
2010 Boston Globe, Obama on the Vineyard by Mark Shanahan, Aug 2010
2010 The Register Star, Tunstull – from Fashion to Fine Art, By Andrew Amelinckx, March 21, 2010, ppA1
2010 Sparked – Online Blog, Tunstull – from Fashion to Fine Art by Geoffry Gertz, March 24, 2010
November 3, 2016 Tunstull Odyssey Live - Barnes & Noble at FIT - Presentation and Book Signing for TUNSTULL From Fashion to Fine Art by Glenn Tunstull and Jelani Bandele
August 14, 2016 Cousen Rose Gallery, Oak Bluffs, MA - Presentation and Book Signing for TUNSTULL From Fashion to Fine Art by Glenn Tunstull and Jelani Bandele
contemporary fine art, fashion design, fashion illustration, African American art, oil painting, watercolors, photography
Celebration of Excellence - Award for Fashion Pioneer: Presented by the Fashion Art XChange at FIT, February 6, 2004
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