Bruce McLean is a Scottish performance artist and painter. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art and at St. Martin’s in London. At the age of 27 he was given a one day retrospective at the Tate Gallery. After his studies he went on to teach at numerous art schools and today his work is in private and public collections world-wide. Rebecca Gordon, a Rise Art curator describes him as follows:
“Bruce Mclean is one of the major leading figures in Contemporary Art. He has obtained international recognition for his paintings and prints. His bold, confident approach to printmaking has proved extremely influential to his contemporaries and a younger generation of artists. The luminous colours and organic shapes give these works a fantastic expressive quality. Like so many great works of art, images of these prints sadly do not do them justice, they are truly great works, which in real life have a wonderful, vibrant energy that would suit any setting.”
Images: Courtesy of Rise Art.