Bruce Brown Biography
Bruce Brown is an accomplished professional sculptor with 30 years of experience. Bruce works in several mediums including bronze, clay, plasters and winterstone. He also has extensive experience with casting and mould making. Bruce is currently teaching and has been running programs for 10 years with the City of Toronto, The Toronto District School Board, and Art Starts, a community program for people of all ages and skill levels. From 2007 until the present he has worked with Creative Works Studio, teaching sculpture to adults living with serious and persistent mental illness, as well as with C.H.I.R.S., a rehabilitation sculpture program for people who have suffered head injuries.
Some of Bruce’s recent accomplishments include: designing, sculpting and casting the Social and Enterprise Development Initiation (SEDI) Award for the 2005 – 2007 recipients. Bruce was a recipient of the Ontario Arts Council – Artists in Education Program for individual grants in 2001 – 2002. His work has also been featured in several publications such as Parkers Exchange Magazine (Featured Artist December 2004), CTV News, CBC Entertainment News, The Toronto Star, and The Globe and Mail. He is currently a member of the Al Green Sculpture Studio in Toronto.