Waxlander Gallery




Bruce King

   Educated at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Bruce has shown extensively in the United States and Canada and participated in group shows in Germany and Japan.  His works are in collection with I.A.I.A., NACLA and Six Nations Mohawk Museum.  
  
Mr. King work primary with oils in a post-impressionistic style that is a departure from restricted definitions of Native American art.  Though the context and themes represented are Native American, the application, use of medium, and resulting effects are based on techniques devised by both impressionists and post-impressionists art rebels from turn-of-the-century France.
  
As in that movement, Bruce draws from an association with artists who shaped the Indian art movement of the seventies, Earl Biss, Kevin Red Star, T.C. Cannon, and others who were at the forefront of changing the perception of Native Americans producing fine art.
   Since that time, the work has gone through many changes.  The main result is that Indian art is no longer seen as quaint or curio, but as fine art.



Tatonka on the Run - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Caught in the Open - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Tracking in a Hunter's Moon - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Into a Blazing Sunset - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
An Approaching Storm - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Horse Trade at the River - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Nestled in the Winter Camp - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Waterbreak at High Noon - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Midsummer in the Deep Woods - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
Alerting the Scouts - Painting - available at Waxlander Gallery
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