Wooden chair sculpture by Henry Brudenell-Bruce
“I see my work as an artist as process of investigation.
My studies in Social Anthropology have led me into an enquiry into
landscape and the human condition using three-dimensional form.
My work engages with ephemera - light, motion and time.
By placing work in the landscape I create a locus.”
(Henry Bruce’s work has links to the landscape, both in the literal sense and through imagination.)