I paint for the joy of learning and the creative act. I teach to help other people enjoy what we can discover.
The subject matter of his work ranges greatly, with depictions of New England farms and landscapes, a majestic Russian tall ship and an America’s Cup yacht powering upwind. It brings you around the globe from the Belizean rain forest to Southwest France, and back to Boston, to the Custom House Tower dramatically lit at night.
The collection also includes the beauty of the bygone art of the carved and painted Carousel Horse, the coiled pwer of a Red Sox slugger, the face of the beloved Polish Pontiff and a large blue fish carved from rough sawn lumber from a local mill.
To see more of Bruce’s work, visit: bdavidsonart.com
- Rachel Moore, Assistant director of the Helen Day Art Center
- Sharon Corwin, Carolyn Muzzy director and chief curator at the Colby College Museum of Art
- Bill Everett, Director of The Guild of Boston Artists