Jeffrey Glossip (b. 1977, Iowa) has exhibited his paintings, drawings, and conceptual work in Europe, England, and throughout the United States. He is most well known for his large scale nonobjective paintings. His work has been exhibited at Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, California (2006); Gallery Gabrichidze, Brussels, Belgium (2007 and 2008); Revolution Gallery, Dallas, Texas (2007); Mike Bolen Fine Art, Napa, California (2007 and 2008); Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Marin, California (2009); Arc Gallery and Southern Exposure, San Francisco, California (2007 and 2011); Philadelphia Center for the Book, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2012); Trestle Gallery, New York, New York (2012); Punch Gallery, Seattle, Washington (2014); Core Gallery, Denver, Colorado (2016), Bemis Center for the Arts, Seattle, Washington (2017);Gallery 110, Seattle, Washington, and Ryan James Fine Arts, Seattle and Kirkland, Washington (2018).
He received a BFA from University of Iowa in 2002, and an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in 2005. Glossip has taught extensively for Napa Valley College, City College of San Francisco, Reedley College, and Fresno City College. He currently teaches at The Seattle Colleges and Bellevue College.
He regularly donates work for charity auctions. Most recently he has donated work to ROOT Division in San Francisco, California in support of youth outreach programs and to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in support of ongoing research.
He has lived in Iowa, Lancaster (England), and California. Glossip now lives and works in Seattle, Washington.