Artist Bruce Loeschen Thursday unveils a work he created for the Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau. The agency presented copies of the piece to award winners during the agency’s annual tourism awards. (Courtesy: Dave Olson / The Forum)
One of Bruce Loeschen's pen and ink montages was recently celebrated in Gallatin, Tennessee. Read more about the author who was presented the print.
Bruce is on his way to Watford City, North Dakota for the town’s Centennial! We’ve just posted his latest work of Watford City so be sure to check it out.
Occasionally customers are curious about enlarging some of Bruce Loeschen's drawings. This has been done before and creates a breathtaking scene in any room - on any wall. Feel free to contact Bruce about more information into enlarging some of his prints. Thanks.
The first annual Leadership award for the Austin ArtWorks Festival was presented at the opening reception Aug. 24 at the Hormel Historic Home. Retired Austin High School art teacher and renowned montage artist Bruce Loeschen was surprised with the award for Exceptional Spirit and Leadership of the Arts in Austin. Festival Co-Chair Bonnie Rietz described the outstanding volunteer work that motivated the steering committee to choose Loeschen for the recognition.
Hop in the car and hit the road with KSMQ's Off 90 for an exciting fourth season as we take a road trip around southern Minnesota – finding the best in arts, culture and history! Today's show stops at the home and studio of A. Bruce Loeschen.
When Bruce Loeschen volunteered to teach art to Mower County Jail inmates, he wasn’t sure at first what he would teach them. Though he began with a few art lessons, he quickly realized inmates who came in and out of jail wouldn’t benefit from art lessons so much as art inspiration.