Family of Five

A set of five paintings, matching the number of members in Peter Bruun's immediate family. The 24"x24" paintings from 2004 are intended to be exhibited together in the same sequence as presented here.

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Difference

A series of mid 2000s oil paintings, each 12"x12", meant to be presented with the elaborately colored one appearing at the end of the sequence. An investigation on how something (or someone) different might or might not fit in.

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Rounds

A series of pastel and charcoal drawings from the early 2000s. Each is structured around a pair of super-imposed drawn forms filled with colors. The works are loosely inspired by Hindu sacred art. 

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Vessels (Player)

In the days immediately following the unexpected death of his step-father in 2003, Peter Bruun made nine drawings reflecting on mortality and spirit. Each of the three shown here is 10"x10" and is made of charcoal and gouache on paper.

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Pairings I

One of several suites comprised of drawings using limited colors to present images with two overlapping shapes. Each drawing pastel and charcoal on paper, 22"x22", from early 2000s.

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