There is mystery to Bruce Lowney’s beautiful and compelling works of art. His fascinating mindscapes reflect the human condition. They are “based on my respect for the paradoxes of life and the converging of inner and outer worlds in the human experience.” This master printer and self-taught painter had an impressive career as a senior printer at the well-respected original Tamarind Institute in Los Angeles where he spent years perfecting his technique. His masterful color lithographs are included in the permanent collections of many important institutions including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Albuquerque Museum of Art and the Library of Congress.
Lowney’s evolution as a printmaker is evidenced in his equally impressive hauntingly surrealistic landscapes. Inspired by the Southwest’s expansive vistas, his large scale oil canvases have the same pearly light and supernatural calm as his lithographs. The idea of “forever space” is synonymous with his vision. Whether painting or printmaking, Bruce Lowney is in a constant search for unity. “His world view may be unique to the point of eccentricity but he touches nerves felt by everyone.” – Wesley Pulkka, Albuquerque Journal
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