ABOUT BRUCE WALDMAN

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Bruce Waldman

b. 1949

Born in the Bronx in 1949, Waldman studied at the Philadelphia College of Art, PA and the State University of New York at Buffalo.  He is currently an Adjunct Professor at the School of Visual Arts, NY and Printmaking Instructor at The Printmaking Workshop, NY. Waldman has taught at SUNY/Westchester Community College, NY, and the College of New Rochelle, NY.

His work is in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY;  New-York Historical Society, NY; Library of Congress, Washington, DC; The Royal Collection, UK;  The Franklin Mint Collection, PA; Pyramida Center for Contemporary Art, Israel; among many others.

“I think of my work as dealing much more with the turbulence of my emotions than about technique, process, or any intellectual method or idea. I use the techniques that I have learned as tools only. Whether I am doing a figure, a landscape or still-life, I am viewing from inside my body; and usually the image is speaking more about my feelings than about the objects I'm depicting."

 

WORKS BY WALDMAN BRUCE