Glory Day Loflin is a first generation South Carolinian currently living and working in Greenville, SC. Raised on southern hymns and several acres of woods, she is a lover of projects and prompts, using her surroundings and experiences to generate work in a variety of mediums. At The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City she was introduced to alternate modes of thinking and ways of making through the School of Art and the School of Architecture. Glory uses her drawings to fuse her observations of the South with larger questions of her own. Her art practice involves following this initial study in drawing with work in sculpture and painting.