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About the Artist


Bruce A. Bauman's painting instincts were most likely instilled at the foot of his mother's easel where as a young child he scribbled with crayons while his mother painted portraits. When the muse struck, Mr. Bauman signed on to study full time with Paul Ingbretsen at the Ingbretsen Atelier for five years. From there he went on to study and paint landscapes with Robert Douglas Hunter for fourteen years. He was also fortunate to have been the beneficiary of several study sessions with John Terelak.


Mr. Bauman has had many one-man shows, and his work has been exhibited at The Copley Society, The Guild of Boston Artists, The St. Botolph Club, The Duxbury Art Center, Boston Symphony, The New York Anglers' Club, and other venues. His paintings are held in both corporate and individual collections.


Initially trained in an academic format, Mr. Bauman's work has become more impressionistic, and he now focuses primarily on landscapes and still life. In terms of technique, you will find evidence of both the palette knife and the brush in Mr. Bauman's paintings. As with most artists, Mr. Bauman's work is evolving through stages, an ongoing metamorphosis as the artist develops skills that become the conduit for the expression of creative impulses.


Mr. Bauman paints out of a studio in Dedham, MA, and his work can be seen by appointment at his studio. His other passions include fly-fishing (particularly bonefish and permit), fly tying, and billiards.

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