Individual Artist Fellowship in Sculpture
Kathy Bruce is an environmental artist based in Roscoe NY. She received an M.F.A from Yale University School of Art in sculpture and a certificate from The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her work explores women and mythology within the context of the natural environment. Her work is normally characterized by large environmental installations of women that incorporate live plant material in or around the structures built in situ within Nature.
Ms. Bruce is the recipient of numerous awards including a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship, two Fulbright-Hayes Scholar Grants to Peru and a Ford Foundation Grant for Sculpture. Recent environmental projects include The Edward Hopper House Museum Sculpture in the Garden, Nyack, NY (2019), The Albers Foundation, Senegal (2018), Kingsbrae Gardens, St. Andrews, Canada (2017), The Guandu Nature Park International Festival (2015) and the Cheng-Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project, Taiwan (2014).