Boyce, Bruce

Boyce, Bruce

Bruce has a degree in Physics, and spent 49 years working in the optics industry developing and analyzing a wide range of high performance optical sensors, telescopes and cameras for deployment on government satellites. As part of his background, as an adjunct professor for the University of Connecticut, he developed and taught a graduate level physics based course on the analysis and design of imaging systems and cameras.

Bruce’s fine art prints are the beneficiaries of his physics and government systems heritage, and exhibit maximum sharpness and clarity. That, combined with his innate ability to spot and utilize unique compositions that are distinct from more conventional landscape approaches, results in remarkable technically superb images.

His understanding of image quality and the effect of image viewing conditions on perceived image quality and viewing pleasure have led him to frame his prints with expensive multi-layer anti-reflection (AR) glass. The use of AR glass (which also provides 99% UV protection), also known as museum glass, makes prints dramatically easier to view and enjoy by eliminating nearly all glare and reflections. The result of all this is that viewing Bruce’s framed work is like viewing the original scene Through An Open Window.
His technical background has another benefit – he has made sure that all of the materials he uses to produce his framed or unframed prints are archival (photo paper & ink, mat, tape and foamcore back sheet), and should last a lifetime. 

All Metal prints listed on this web site can be purchased as 20 x 30 inch or 30 x 45 inch landscape format metal prints, and in fact are also available in a vertical format for various aspect ratios and sizes. Contact Bruce directly for more information - you can send him an email directly from his website (link given below).

www.bruceboyce.com



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Art for Aunt Rita's Foundation - Saturday, April 22 from noon to 5pm

04-21-2017

Big happenings in the Scottsdale Arts District Saturday, April 22, 2017. Beginning at noon there is a walking art auction tour through many of the galleries including On The Edge Gallery. Drop in and bid on the original watercolor by Mary Boehm that On The Edge Gallery has donated for this event. For more details: https://www.auntritasevents.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=504