Kim Henigman Bruce
Resides: Alberta, Canada
Kim studied fine art at The Alberta College of Art & Design and The University of Calgary from 1989 to 2002. Her formal education is in Interior Design where she received her diploma from Mount Royal University in 1977.
Kim, a native Calgarian, has been published in the New York Times in conjunction with a group show at the R & F Gallery in Kingston, N.Y. and the exhibition catalog from the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, Germany. She has also been reviewed in See Magazine, FFWD Magazine and The Gauntlet.
Major exhibitions include:
- “Disbound”, Cecelia Coker Gallery, Hartsville, South Carolina, Sept – Oct, 2018
- “The Art of the Book”, Seager Gray Gallery, San Francisco, CA (2016 & 17)
- “Pins & Needles” at Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport CO, USA (2014)
- “Strong Appearance – experimental shoe design” at Grassi Museum in Germany (2013)
Her work is in the collection of the Alberta Foundations for the Arts and is privately and publicly collected throughout Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands.
Kim Bruce resides and works in the foothills of Alberta just outside the City of Calgary.