Author Archives: Kim

Still Burning – 35 Anniversary of Burns Visual Arts

The Burns Visual Arts Society of Calgary is 35 years old. The Burns is the oldest continuous artists’ cooperative in Canada with a mandate focused solely on providing affordable working studio space to professional artists in Calgary. We are celebrating this amazing achievement with Still Burning, an exciting multi-media exhibition at PASSAGE, a new contemporary […]

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Art Demonstrations vs the Meaning of Art

It has been said that contemporary art is about the statement or meaning of the art and not about the artist’s process and technique to create it. I have also heard that artists’ need to be cautious about being seduced by their medium. This means that working with any one medium becomes more important than […]

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One “O” in Poor

Canadian Artists for the Poor put out a call for 25 artists for a really fun project. The project consists of one artist painting one of the letters in their name — Canadian Artists for the Poor. The format is 11″ x 14″ portrait orientation.  They’re going to put them all together and have an amazing display […]

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Starker Auftritt! Stepping into the Limelight!

Starker Auftritt!/Stepping into the Limelight! GRASSI Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Leipzig, Germany March 28 – September 29, 2013 Kim Bruce gratefully acknowledges the grant support from the A.F.A. to produce the work in the Heels series. The Grassi museum presents: Over a 100 fascinating and surprising footwear creations from around the world. The selection shows […]

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