May 05, 2013
An opening reception from 4:00pm-6:00pm, for the exhibition of Bruce Bundock’s work in the Cafe gallery. The show will be hung throughout May 2013.
Kingston artist Bruce Bundock has lived and worked in the Hudson Valley since 1979. He received his B.F.A. from Maryland Institute College of Art, and his M.A. from SUNY Empire State College. Additional studies include Silvermine College of Art, Artists for Environment Foundation, Williamstown Art Conservation Center, and The Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies. In addition to exhibition works, he has produced private commissions and illustrations in the form of postage stamps for The Gambia, Lesotho, Maldive Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Antigua and Barbuda. His work was featured in American Artist Magazine in a feature entitled “Preserving Wilderstein,” and was also the subject of a video produced from an exhibition held at the Mildred I. Washington Gallery of Dutchess Community College, entitled: “In Plain Sight.” His work is in both public and private collections.
Selected exhibitions include the National Academy of Design, Muscarelle Museum of Art, The Hyde Collection, The Schenectady Museum, Vassar College, Albany Institute of History and Art, The Bowery Gallery, Cooperstown Art Association, Woodstock School of Art, Salmagundi Club, and Brigham Young University.
He is the Museum Preparator of The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center of Vassar College.
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