Since 1972, Artist, Biologist, and Photographer Bruce Iverson has specialized in Asian Brush Painting and related art making techniques using traditional Asian tools.... hand made brushes, hand ground ink, rice paper & silk. Specialized techniques include Sumi-e/ sui boku ga (traditional brush painting) , Shodo (Asian calligraphy), Suminagashi (Japanese marbling) , Gyotaku (fish and nature prints), hand tinted Hanga woodblock and sealstone carving.
Samples of his work can be found on this website, on instagram at #asianbrushpainter, and at his Facebook business page www.facebook.com/iversonarts .
He has studied with master brush painters Jean Shen, Ning Yeh, and I-Hsiung Ju and has exhibited in group and juried art shows throughout the United States and has had several one-man shows in New England and in Chicago.
Bruce's work is grounded in a three thousand year old tradition in which the tools, techniques and philosophy of this Asian art form have had a lifelong resonance. He has traveled in China to study and gain a deeper understanding of the context of brush painting.