Hometown Bloomfield, CT
UCONN Graduate 1990 BGS Arts
Technical Mentor Tevis Morrow Engineer Retired
Digital Fine Artist, David Bridburg, trained at the University of Connecticut in the arts. In 2006, he began to envision reworking public domain masterpieces through use of digital technology. Developing his own techniques and constructs though deepening his photoshop skills, David published his first work “Into The Night”, a collage chronicling Rembrandt’s life, in 2014, twenty-four years after graduating college.
Born with an auditory processing difficulty, David has truly found himself working as a visual artist. He brings environmental concerns to the forefront with his “Global Warming” image based on Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Vitruvian Man”. His work “Chalkboard” brings a child-like quality to Paul Gauguin’s “Women on the Beach”. In his hands, Georges Seurat’s “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of la Grande Jatte” becomes a late afternoon “Sunset in Paris”. And David’s reworking of the colors in van Gogh’s “Noon Rest from Work” creates “Stain Glass I”, a theatrical spiritual work. For David, all of his art is deeply personal, a true reflection of his life to date.