This twentieth century painter and printmaker, deceased had gallery showings in Phoenix, Chicago, Los Angeles and Tokyo.
Glann was the first American woman artist to show in Buadapest at the National Gallery in 1992 after the fall of the Iron Curtain. Another noteworthy accomplishment was having been awarded a prestigious Pollack-Krasner Foundation grant.
Glann had last been a resident of Scottsdale, Arizona.
She coupled abstraction with entirely cryptic titles, as she was an extremely mindful visual artist.