M. Stephen Glaze
Studio Art/Teacher Licensure
- PhD in Art Education (Curriculum Development), Florida State University
- MA in Studio Art (Painting/Sculpture), Mississippi College
- BA in Studio Art (Painting/Sculpture), Mississippi College
Steve Glaze serves as a full-time undergraduate and graduate professor at Liberty University. Glaze began his career as a freelance artist, selling his work at various art galleries in the South, and through a personal art business. Subsequently, he pursued a terminal degree in Art Education providing him opportunities to teach on a college level. After 30 years of teaching at Judson College, and Mississippi College, Glaze transitioned into the Studio and Digital Arts Department at Liberty University as a full-time professor. Today, Glaze enjoys exhibiting two and three-dimensional artwork in the surrounding area. He also is passionate about communicating biblical principles through his art and teaching.
- National Art Education Association
- Lynchburg Art Club
Edited Works (A Few Notable Personal Works of Art)
- “Heartbeat of an EMT”: Commissioned oil painting for the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians organization (reproduced as a print and sold nationally with proceeds to support EMTs).
- “Fallen Fire-Fighter Monument”: Life-size public monument for the Jackson Fire Department (Jackson, Miss.) in bronze to honor fallen firefighters.
- “Jackson Academy Raider Monument”: Commissioned four-foot bronze monument for Jackson Academy Football Field (Jackson, Mississippi).
- Foundational Principles of Drawing
- Surface Decoration Techniques in Ceramics
- Historical and Contemporary Symbols in Christian Art
- Drawing I
- Ceramics I and II
- Graduate Ceramics
- Arts and Crafts
- Graduate Arts and Crafts
- Art History I
- 2-D Design
- 3-D Design