About the Artist
Dan Bruiger was born in 1945 in San Francisco, attended University of California, Los Angeles and Berkeley, majoring first in Astronomy then Art. Immigrating to Canada, he taught ceramic sculpture in Quebec City in 1969, working since then variously as model maker, sawmill hand, carpenter, woodshop instructor, cabinet and custom furniture maker, designer, counsellor, and sculptor.
He resides and works on Hornby Island, British Columbia, in a house he built himself. His sculpture was first exhibited at the Hornby Hall in 1996, and again in 1998. He has also been represented at the Oktavia Gallery and the Domus Gallery, both now closed, in Vancouver, B.C.; in the B.C. Festival of the Arts; and at the Arts Council of Victoria Gallery.
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