Narangkar Glover received a BFA degree with distinctions from California College of Arts and Crafts in 1999 and expects to complete her MFA at University of California in Berkeley this year.
In her work, Glover aims to address the difference between life lived by personal choice and a more coercive upbringing governed by religion. She paints without reference material, letting each painting emerge in a non-linear fashion true to the process of remembering.
Materiality and the act of painting by hand is integral to her process, says Glover, because substance can interpret ideas and visual expression through a proprioceptive outlet similar to muscle memory.
Her work is extensively exhibited in the Bay Area and across the United States.