Gil Bruvel

Gil Bruvel- "The Messenger" Gradient Bronze Mythical Sculpture 5 of 10 Late 20th Century





Mythical bronze sculpture of a fairy nude with ram horns. The bronze is two-toned. The fairy stands on a bronze geometric shaped pedestal. The work is signed by the artist and editioned 5 of 10.

Artist Biography

Born in Sydney, Australia, in 1959, Gil Bruvel had French-born parents who moved the family back to the south of France when he was 4 years old. While taking drawing lessons at age 9 and learning sculpture basics, Bruvel made the decision to spend his life creating art. There he found himself inspired by the light and landscapes in this region. He began working with oil paint at the age of 12, and the local environment had an enormous and lasting influence on his palette -giving him luminous colors he continues to use today. His father, being a cabinetmaker, introduced the budding artist to the inner workings of a wood workshop including furniture design, its practical function, and every aspect of hand crafting each piece. Taking this knowledge and experience with him, Bruvel began studies at an art restoration workshop 1974, spending the next three years learning the techniques of the Old Masters and modern Masters of fine art. Thereafter he set up his studio in St. Remy de Provence until 1986 when he first made his way to the United States, making it his permanent residence in 1990. At that time he started to experiment more with sculptures in bronze, mixed media and digital modeling as well as continuing to learn about creative processes in artistic expression.He is currently creating functional art, sculptures, and paintings. Gil Bruvel has been exhibiting his work since 1974 in various places around the world and including: France, Monaco, England, Denmark, The Netherlands, Hungary, Japan, Singapore, New York, Florida, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, California and Hawaii.


H 47 in. x W 18 in. x D 16.5 in.