Gil Bruvel

1959, Sydney, Australia

Born in Sydney, Australia, in 1959, raised in Southern France, Gil Bruvel started experimenting with art at age 9. His father, a cabinet maker acquainted Gil with wood sculpting and furniture design, Gil applied these skills to his functional art designs and sculptures years later. In 1974, Gil began his studies at an art restoration workshop in Chateaurenard, France, under M. Laurent de Montcassin, learning the techniques of Old and Modern Masters as well as art history of the 14th-20th century. Thereafter, he set up his studio in St. Remy de Provence until 1986 when he first made his way to the United States, making it his permanent residence in 1990.

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Gil Bruvel

Glimmer (Ed. of 35)

13 x 69 x 26 cm

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Gil Bruvel

Dichotomy (Ed. of 35)

72 x 69 x 36 cm

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Gil Bruvel

Rain (Ed. of 20)

51 x 36 x 44 cm

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Gil Bruvel

Flowing (Ed. of 20)

51 x 74 x 44 cm

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Gil Bruvel

The Descent (Ed. of 35)

21 x 18 x 26 cm

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Gil Bruvel

Dichotomy Chair (Ed. of 20)

89 x 53.5 x 64 cm

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Gil Bruvel

The Descent (Ed. of 35)

21 x 18 x 26 cm

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Gil Bruvel

The Wind (Ed. of 5)

92 x 122 x 69 cm

Gil Bruvel

“I am an artist because it is the conduit to release the ideas and visuals I carry daily.”

Since I was a little boy I have pursued my own exploration of creativity, rooted in the unconscious mind and nurtured with daily practice using a variety of mediums of artistic expression. I am very passionate about my new Flow Series. The overwhelming feeling of purpose and expression I felt started with the idea of using ribbons as lines of energy to show the complex intersections of beauty and pain, inner and outer, the ephemeral and the eternal, how we are capable of experiencing every day.

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