In his paintings of groups, Bruce Marsh stretches fleeting moments of everyday experiences into intensely observed panoramic scenes. Marsh photographs people and places located mostly in the suburban and rural surroundings of his studio in Ruskin, Florida, and uses his photographs as references for his paintings, which depict complex arrangements of figures in ordinary situations. Often set in public settings containing smaller zones of privacy, Marsh’s sweeping paintings depict groups in a way that eliminates hierarchy and turns background characters into the main focus of our attention.
Complimentary food and drinks. Admission and parking is free.