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Kim Henigman Bruce believes that the message of art is more important than the medium from which it is created. However, it is through the materiality of her objects that her message is conveyed.

Kim is a sculptor who uses materials from distinctly different sources. By juxtaposing these materials with a beeswax or encaustic foundation she is free to manipulate, at will, until the piece finds its voice. Kim says that this malleability is instrumental in her process.

Kim is drawn to subjective statements and open-ended interpretation which allows others to bring their own experiences to Kim’s artwork.

Kim Henigman Bruce says…

My work is full of visual puns, double entendre, symbolism and satire. It references the dichotomy of my early life expectations to conform to a traditional woman’s role, when in fact, reality for me, was the need to be self-sufficient and support myself as an entrepreneur and business owner. These contradictions allow me to expose my private self through veiled metaphor creating objects significant beyond function. The underlying message – the essence of my work – speaks to the roles and rights of girls and women.


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Kim Henigman Bruce’s encaustic sculpture blog speaks about art management, about the work, lists exhibitions and don’t miss confessions of an incurable artist


A Special Gallery Exhibition Featuring Internationally Acclaimed Contemporary Artists, Kim Henigman Bruce & Naoko Morisawa March 2 – April 2, 2017 Opening First Thursday, March 2, 2017 6:00-8:30 pm MATERIAL MEMORIES explores personal and cultural memory, metaphor, and mission, through work created in simple, ancient materials – beeswax (Kim Henigman Bruce) and wood or paper …



Kim Henigman Bruce
Redwood Meadows, Alberta
Canada T3Z 1A3
Phone: 403.949.2693


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