Signed Bruce Bodden Print “The Silver Farm”
Bruce Bodden is a Wisconsin resident who lives in Neenah. A graduate of UW OSHKOSH, Mr. Bodden usually works in acrylics. He refers to his imaginative creative style as "Geometric Simplification". This print is one of two I have listed in my booth. The print is 19 inches long x 13 in height; the image area is 17 ½ by 8 ½ , signed in pencil by the artist. It ois in its original plastic wrap.
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