Bruce has been painting the Adirondack vistas for over 40 years. He came to live here having served 14 years in the U.S. Air Force. His first encounter with the Adirondack forest came when he was stationed in Plattsburgh.
After his honorable discharge, Bruce moved his wife and six children to the mountains in Keene.
The art of Bruce Mitchell focuses on nature’s partnership with man. Born in Salt Lake City, he enrolled as an art major at the University of Utah. His travels in America and around the world broadened his inspiration and helped develop a style discipline important to the artist’s conceptual technique.
Bruce Mitchell’s paintings number well over 1000, many in private collections. His work varies in size and scope, looking at the 46 high peaks in different light, from many angles, through every season. Dozens of his paintings capture the quiet, the subtle still life found in any corner of the Adirondack forest and farm land

Bruce has been painting the Adirondack vistas for over 40 years.

 His paintings capture the quiet, the subtle still life found in any corner of the

Adirondack forest and farm land.

View: Adirondack Mountains - 8 Panel WindowView: Nauvoo WindowView: 13 WindowsView: Palmiria Window
View: 17 BirdsView: Horses on a FarmView: Blue Mountain LakeView: Wolf Jaws Mountain at Ausable River
View: Black Eyed Susans on Driftwood FenceView: Vermont FarmView: Winter StreamView: Going for Wood
View: Johns Brook Waterfall