Bruce Davidson received formal training at the Art Institute of Boston studying illustration and design. He continued training at the DeCordova Museum School in Lincoln, MA. He is a self trained watercolorist who has lived in Boxborough since 1998. His watercolor paintings and limited edition prints hang in homes and businesses around the globe. Bruce has taught watercolor, acrylics and drawing and is leading a watercolor expedition to Argeles-sur-mer, France in Summer 2010. He recently finished a large donated mural depicting “The Homestead” for the residents, staff and visitors of the Concord Health Care Center in Concord MA.
The subject matter of his work ranges greatly, with depictions of New England farms and landscapes, a majestic Russian tall ship and an America’s Cup yacht powering upwind. It brings you around the globe from the Belizean rain forest to Southwest France, and back to the Boston; to the Custom House Tower dramatically lit at night.
The collection also includes the beauty of the bygone art of the carved and painted Carousel Horse, the coiled power of a Red Sox slugger, the face of the beloved Polish Pontiff and a large blue fish carved from rough sawn lumber from a local mill.