Gail Bruder-Werner, a Florida-based artist, has exhibited her work at a number of venues and has established a large portfolio of private clientele and supporters. She has worked with a range of fine arts organizations as both an artist and an educator.
A color enthusiast, Bruder-Werner's works have incorporated her textile design background with a culture has always held her interest, Asia. Her focus includes themes ranging from the subtle properties of a woman contemplating a change to mythology and everyday foliage and tea. Bruder-Werner uses research and personal ideas to convey a moment of contemplation and offers a glimpse into this subtle culture. Many of these life size figures are done on interior doors. Her recent works have shifted to include a series of tropical animals called Florida and another of collage characters titled Dancing Souls.
She has shown and donated her work to fundraising events and worked with interior decorators on commissioned pieces.
She is currently an upper school art instructor and continues to expand into new markets and challenge herself with new ideas and subjects.
Bruder-Werner earned her A.A.S degree from Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and a BA from Kean College of New Jersey in Fine Arts and has continued her studies at Savannah College of Art & Design, Ringling College of Art & Design and The Art Students League in New York City.