Painter Dan Bruggeman's work examines landscapes where humans have altered the natural environment for entertainment purposes.
Painter Dan Bruggeman is interested in the places between urban and suburban; landscapes which are uniquely American. His paintings portray vignettes where humans have altered the natural environment for entertainment purposes.
As a senior lecturer of studio art at at Carleton College, Dan Bruggeman’s work bridges together concepts of art, science and history.
Grace United Methodist Church
Frederic Edwin Church
The Iceberg, 1891
Oil on canvas
Howard N. Eavenson Memorial Fund
Courtesy of Carnegie Museum of Art
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