Inge Bruggeman is an instructor in Book Arts and a member of the General Studies Faculty at the Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland. Previously she taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She received her MFA from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.  She has had  residencies in Marseille, France, Columbia College – Chicago, and at the Minnesota Center for the Book Arts. Inge has received Individual Artist Fellowship and several grants from the Regional Arts & Cultural Council in Oregon and the Oregon Arts Commission. In August 2014 Inge will join the Art Department at the University of Nevada, Reno, where she will develop a book arts program and head the Black Rock Press.

As an artist, Inge’s artist’s books use text and images to explore the textual landscape within which we live and work. Her installations investigate the book as a cultural icon and artifact.


Books from Inge Bruggeman available from Boreas Fine Art:

[ Bruggeman, Inge ]  Loney, Alan.  Nowhere to Go.  [Portland]:  Ink-A Press.  2009.

Bruggeman, Inge.  Impact: Shades of Gray.  [Portland]: [Ink-A! Press].  2006.

[ Bruggeman, Inge ]  Ross, Cissy.  One of a Thousand Fires.  [Portland]: [Ink-A! Press].  2006.

Bruggeman, Inge.  A Study of Blue.  [Portland]: [Ink-A! Press].  2002.



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