Artist's Scrapbook

    


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Some of the many Articles, Interviews and Biographies of the artist.

We the People: Art Exhibit at the Pennsylvania State Capitol:
Pennsylvania State Capitol Exhibit - Intelligencer
Bucks County group to exhibit works in Harrisburg


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"A Bucks County-based arts group will host an exhibit featuring Pennsylvania artist Bruce Coyle at the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg next week, state Sen. Chuck McIlhinney, R-10, Doylestown, announced."


We the People: Art Exhibit at the Pennsylvania State Capitol:
Pennsylvania State Capitol Exhibit - Philadelphia Inquirer
Chester County artist to hold traveling show


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"A professional artist who spent most of his life in Chester County hopes to take his art show "We the People" across the country, starting with the Pennsylvania Capitol Building on June 10."


We the People: Art Exhibit at the Pennsylvania State Capitol:
FLYER

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"Art Exhibition: We The People by Artist Bruce M. Coyle. June 10, 2014 9 am to 6pm. State Capitol Building Harrisburg, PA."


We the People: Art Exhibit at the Pennsylvania State Capitol:
PRESS RELEASE

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"May 5, 2014 Harrisburg, PA - Anyone interested in American history, our founding fathers, art, should check out a one-day art show at the State Capital Building in Harrisburg on June 10, 2014 from 9-6pm."


Magazine Covers for Today and Tomorrow Magazine

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"A promising Chester County artist, Bruce Coyle is contemporary leading man. He has done a lot of living in his 39 years."
'I'd like to evoke any kind of emotion, even if it's one of concern. I would like people to be sensitive to what they're looking.'


Interview with Today & Tomorrow Magazine, Spring 2003:
Catching Up With Bruce M. Coyle


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Bruce M. Coyle is a talent artist from Chester County. He has painted many vibrant front covers for Today and Tomorrow and has been featured regularly in articles and advertisements within the magazine. A recent interview provides us with an update on his career.


Article in The Kennett Paper, April 4-10, 2002:
Dual Show Brightens Metal Works


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"Sparked rather than inspired by the tragedy of September 11 - for all inspiration is based soley on positive circumstance - 'United We Stand' is a deeply moving sculpture with attention paid equally to composition and the gravity of what it imparts."


Article in The Chester County Press, February 20, 2002:
When brush strikes the anvil


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"Bruce M. Coyle has proven himself over the last twenty years as a versatile artist in any medium he has chosen to work with whether it is oil, watercolor, or pen and inks his attention to the details makes you feel as if you ar part of the very canvas."


Article in Oxford Tribune, December 20 -26, 2001:
OMI auctions of Historic Oxford print


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"The long anticipated painting brought funds for OMI revitalization projects while allowing an occasion for friends and neighbors to gather and celebrate the holidays."


Article in The Kennett Paper, June 14-20, 2001:
Local painter shines at Artworks


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"Kennett Square, is exhibiting a brand newd print by local artist Bruce Coyle of Kennett High School. Of course, this fine gallery also has some other work by Coyle on view as well. This is an artist whose range of artistic endeavor is a perfect fit with whichever meduim he uses. His technique matches just about anything he tries his hand at, with results that are always eye-catching and aesthectically assured."


Article in the Philadelphia Inquirer, March 24, 2000:
An art auction expects to create a few extras for needy children


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"When Bruce Coyle and his friends gather tonight at the Chadds Ford Inn, the four artists will display work they crafted with their skilled hands. The pieces will be sold at an auction that will donate 15 percent of all sales to Chester County's Children Inc., a nonprofit organizaion that helps local children in need."


Article in Philadelphia Inquirer, December 12, 1999:
Chance sighting at a gallery sets creative wheels in motion


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"'When I see a peice that stands out, I ask if there is story behind it," said Grimes, 37. 'There almost always is.' Coyle told him the story."


Biography from Cathy Viksjo in Chester County Town & Country Magazine, Summer 1999

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"A promising Chester County artist, Bruce Coyle is contemporary leading man. He has done a lot of living in his 39 years."
'I'd like to evoke any kind of emotion, even if it's one of concern. I would like people to be sensitive to what they're looking.'


Article in Chester County Press, August 15, 1998:
Sale of Chad house print to save tree


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"The Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission poudly announce a new partnership between the Associates and local Chester County artist Bruce M. Coyle."


Article in Battlefields Broadsides, July 1998:
A Partnership to Save the Tree


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"The Park Associates and PHMC proundly announce a new partnership between the Associates and prominent local artist Bruce Coyle."


Article in Artique Magazine, August 1994:
Phoenix Gallery: For Chester County artists a cradle of independence


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"Most galleries in Chester County cater to the Brandywine School of painting; but not at this Dilworthtown site."