Walter Bruszewski


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

• 2-Part (scupture acquisition), Norris Library, University of Southern California                           1972

• Installation: Frog Deceiver, Beckman Instruments Corporate Headquarters, Palo Alto  CA         1989

Neural Elements, No. 2, Modesto College Gallery (mobile-stabile

            installation in forecourt), Modesto  CA                                                                    1993 - 1994

New Abstract Sculpture: Walter Bruszewski, Hitachi Data Systems, Inc, Sunnyvale  CA               1994

Airborne: New Mobile Sculpture by Walter Bruszewski, Sally’s, San Francisco  CA                      1994

Walter Bruszewski: Sculpture and Installation, Macromedia,  San Francisco  CA                          1997

Neural Elements (mobile installation; permanent acquisition), Genentech, Inc,

            South San Francisco  CA                                                                                                      2002

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

• Art Center Commission Finalist Show, Montgomery County Art Center, Rockville  MD               1978

• San Francisco Open Studios Directory Exhibition, Somar Gallery, San Francisco  CA         1991-1998

In Pursuit of Movement and Change, Modesto College Gallery, Modesto  CA                             1993

ArtSpan Selections 1997, Academy of Art College Gallery, San Francisco  CA

            (Francis Mill, juror)                                                                                                              1997

• North American Sculpture Exhibition, Foothills Art Center, Golden  CO

            (Jesus Bautista Moroles, juror)                                                                                             1998

• North American Sculpture Exhibition, Foothills Art Center, Golden  CO

            (Alison Saar, juror)                                                                                                               2000

New Art for a New Century, Carol Kucera Gallery, Santa Fe NM                                                  2000

Molecular Potatoes—Laser Passion (with Charlie Follis), Carol Kucera Gallery, Santa Fe NM       2001

Myths, Legends & Dreams: Abstract and Surrealism, Danville Fine Arts Gallery, Danville  CA     2001

BACA Members Exhibition Finalist, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley  CA                                        2002

Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition, Agora Gallery, New York NY

            (Yuko Hasegawa, juror)                                                                                                       2015

Disruption, Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton NJ                                                                          2015

 

SELECTED COMMISSIONS

 

• Dr John Rathbunn, South Pasadena  CA: outdoor sculpture                                                          1976

• Dr James Dixon, Hacienda Heights CA: outdoor sculpture                                                           1980

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

 

• Mr Michael Willcocks, Cupertino  CA

• Parris and Co, San Francisco  CA

• Dr and Mrs Howard and Phyllis Goldstein, Beverly Hills  CA

• Mrs Joan Fisher, Tarzana  CA

• Dr Richard O'Brien, Omaha  NE

• Drs Joseph Margolick and Linda Freid, Baltimore  MD

• Mr Richard Snead, Oakland  CA

• Mr Frank Leonard, Sausalito  CA

• Mr Michael Held, New York NY

• Genentech, Inc, South San Francisco  CA

 

REPRESENTATION

 

• Amit May Fine Arts, San Francisco  CA                                                                              1998 - 2005

• Carol Kucera Gallery, Santa Fe NM                                                                                   2000 - 2001

 

LINKS

 

• Walter Bruszewski Sculpture: www.walterbruszewski.com

• Pacific Rim Sculptors: http://www.pacrimsculptors.org

• International Sculpture Center: www.sculpture.org/walterbruszewski

 

PUBLICATIONS

• Leo Stutzin, Optic and Kinetic Art: New and Revisited, The Modesto Bee, August 30, 1993.

• Gerry Menzes, Kinetic energy comes to life at MJC’s newest exhibit, Focus, September 16, 1993.

• Berkeley Art Center Association Newsleaf, Spring 2002.

• Michael Paglia, Shaping up, Westword, May 28, 1998

 

EDUCATION

 

• UCLA                                                         BS, Zoology                                                                 1968

• University of Southern California             MS,ExperimentalPathology                                          1973

• University of Southern California             PhD, Experimental Pathology                                       1977

Laboratory of Biology of Viruses,                                      

            NIH (Bethesda  MD)                         Research on gene expression                          1977 - 1979

University of California (Berkeley)

            Extension                                        Coursework in color theory, graphic design    1993 - 1995

San Francisco City College                       Coursework in CAD                                                      1990

Intervision Systems (Santa

                      Clara  CA)                                        Coursework in 3D AutoCAD design                             2000