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Curriculum Vitae
STEVE BRUDNIAK (born 1961, Topeka, Kansas)
Lives in Austin, TX

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
2013 The Science of Surrealism – Assemblage Sculpture of Steve Brudniak, Avis Frank Gallery, Houston, TX
2012 Steve Brudniak: Back From Samsara, Austin Community College, Austin, TX
2010 Selections From Steve Brudniak: Noumenon and Other New Work, Blue Star Contemporary Art Space, San Antonio, TX
2009 Steve Brudniak at the East Side Showroom East Side Showroom, Austin, TX
Selections From Noumenon and Other Work, Annetta Kraushaar Gallery, Texas Lutheran
University, Seguin, TX
2008 Steve Brudniak: Noumenon, The Dougherty Arts Center, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX; Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX; and University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
2001 Steve Brudniak: Reconnecting the Past, Scanlan Art Gallery, St. Stephens Episcopal School, Austin, TX
2000 Paul Booker and Steve Brudniak, 500 X Gallery, Dallas, TX
1999 Steve Brudniak: Blood Reliquaries; William Farr: Bladder and Spleen Series, Yukiko Lunday Gallery, Houston, TX
Steve Brudniak: Blood Reliquaries and Other New Work, Eeka Beeka Gallery, Austin, TX
1998 Looking Into the Mind of Steve Brudniak: A Survey of Sculpture and Related Drawings From Texas Collections, St. Stephens Episcopal School, Austin, TX; Charles Cooper, curator
1997 Eeka Beeka is Unloading Brudniaks, Eeka Beeka Gallery, Austin, TX
Selected Works: 1983-1990, The Wong Spot, San Antonio, TX
1996 Selected Works: 1983-1990, 501 Group, Austin, TX
Steve Brudniak, Austin College, Sherman, TX
Steve Brudniak and Roi Levin James, Tarrytown Gallery, Austin, TX
Steve Brudniak, Salon Suzanne, Austin, TX
1995 Steve Brudniak and Brooks Coleman, 1010 Gallery, Bastrop, TX
1994 Steve Brudniak: The Amuk Id Cathedral, Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX
New Work and Selections From the Amuk Id Cathedral, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
1993 Steve Brudniak: The Amuk Id Cathedral, Dougherty Art Center, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Rules and Speculations: Steve Brudniak’s Amuk Id Cathedral and Kate Breakey’s The Laws and Physics of Mathematics, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX
1992 The Dark and Brooding World of Professor Marvey, The People’s Art Store, Galveston, TX
1991 Steve Brudniak: Deus Ex Machina, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
Steve Brudniak: I Think, But What Am I?, Concordia Lutheran College, Austin, TX;
David Kroft, curator
1990 Steve Brudniak: The Sacred Abyss of Anxieties, Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, TX
1989 Steve Brudniak and Mark Beichler, Air Gallery, Austin, TX
Steve Brudniak, Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, TX
1987 The Science of Brudniak, Blue Collar Gallery, San Antonio, TX

Group Exhibitions
2016 Texas 12, The Arts Center Texas Gallery and Wolf Pen Park, College Station, TX
Alison de Lima Greene, Curator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, curator
2015 Recycled, Georgetown Art Center, Georgetown, TX
2014 A Panoramic View, Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX traveling to Islander Gallery Texas, A&M University, Corpus Christi, TX
2014 In Space, The Dougherty Art Center, Austin, TX
2013 Fresh Dozen, Red Arrow Contemporary, Dallas, TX
in-Depth, Texas Biennial, Art Car Museum, Houston, TX
Process, Austin Community College, Austin, TX
Of A Technical Nature, AMOA-Arthouse, Austin, TX; Sean Ripple, curator
The People’s Art Gallery 2013 Exhibit, Austin City Hall, Austin, TX
A Bit of What You Fancy, Spring Street Gallery, Houston, TX
2012 Interplay, Mechanical Objects, Russell Hill Rogers Gallery, Southwest School of Art,
San Antonio, TX
A Gathering of Sculptors, Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, San Antonio, TX;
Phillip King, curator
2011 The Texas Chair Project, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, OH
The Texas Sculpture Group 2011 Exhibit, Stars of Austin Gallery, Austin-Bergstrom
International Airport, Austin, TX
The People’s Art Gallery 2011 Exhibit, Austin City Hall, Austin, TX
2010 EAST, Pine Street Station Gallery, Austin, TX
Quantum Dada, Rudolph Blum Fine Art / ArtScan Gallery, Houston, TX
The People’s Art Gallery 2010 Exhibit, Austin City Hall, Austin, TX
Solid Substance, Texas Sculpture Group, G Gallery, Houston, TX
The People’s Art Gallery 2009 Exhibit, Austin City Hall, Austin, TX
2008 The First Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture in Space, International Space Station, Richard Garriott, curator
The Texas Chair Project, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX
2007 Contemporary Reliquaries: Housing the Mementos of Our Day, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ; Harold B. Lee Library,
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
2006 Grand Opening of the Art Museum of South Texas, Art Museum of South
Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
Texas 100, Selections From the El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX
Sculptural Selections from the Permanent Collection, South Texas Institute for
the Arts, Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
2005 The Barrett Collection, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX
2004 Ten Years Ten Objects, Scanlan Art Gallery, St. Stephens Episcopal School, Austin, TX
Arte Caliente, Selections from The Joe A. Diaz Collection, Art Museum of South Texas,
Corpus Christi, TX
Shallow Grave, Assemblages by Steve Brudniak, Norman Kary, Chase Yarbrough, Arlington
Museum of Art, Arlington, TX; Jennifer Stark, curator
Multiple Personalities, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, TX
2002 Steve Brudniak, Maria Mogas and Diane Mazar, Joan Grona Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Electricity and Me: M.D., Gallery Lombardi, Austin, TX
The 911 Show, Alternate Current Art Gallery, Austin, TX
2001 Fun-ctional Art, Edith Baker Gallery, Dallas, TX
Electricity and Me, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, TX
2000 After Hours, 811 Congress, Austin, TX
1999 Art Sounds, Handley Hicks Gallery, Fort Worth, TX
Second Life, Reincarnation of the Ordinary, Gallery Lombardi, Austin, TX
Art Works 99, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
Former Winners of the Assistance League Texas Art Celebration Exhibitions,
Barbra Davis Gallery, Houston, TX
1998 Then and Now: Celebrating 10 Years, The Gallery at Concordia, Concordia University, Austin, TX
1998 Open Show, Art League of Houston, Houston, TX; Bert Long, curator
Bucking the Texas Myth III, The Dougherty Art Center, University of Texas at
Austin, Austin, TX
Art Ball Two, (featured guest artist), Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX
Liquor, Guns and Jesus, Eeka Beeka Gallery, Austin, TX
1997 Edith Baker 20th Anniversary Show, Edith Baker Gallery, Dallas, TX
The Second Movement, Movements Gallery, Austin, TX
Freaky Groovy, Eeka Beeka Gallery, Austin, TX
Selections From the Charles Cooper Collection, Air Gallery auxiliary, Austin, TX
Cut Across The Middle, Touring exhibition: Neo-Post-Now Gallery, Manitowoc, WI; Plan B
Gallery, Memphis, TN; Alternate Current Art Space, Austin, TX
Gallery Artists, The New Gallery, Houston, TX
Transmogrification, Mexic-Arte Art Museum, Austin, TX
Found Object Art, Laughing At The Sun Gallery, Austin, TX
Movements Gallery Inaugural Exhibit, Movements Gallery, Austin, TX
Texas Art Celebration ’97, Cullen Center, Houston TX; Alice Pratt Brown,
David A. Ross, curators
1996 The Tarot Show, Alternate Current Art Gallery, Austin, TX
Los Dias De Los Muertos, Mexic-Arte Art Museum, Austin, TX
Is it Something in the Water?, Tarrytown Gallery, Austin, TX
Clutch, 1203 Art Space, San Antonio, TX; Anjali Gupta, curator
Steve Brudniak, Ken Little and Reginald Rowe, Milagros Contemporary Art, San Antonio, TX
He Said She Said, Alternate Current Art Space, Austin, TX
1995 Lanning Sampler Show, Lanning Gallery, Houston, TX
Milagros Gallery Auxiliary Show, 1203 Art Space, San Antonio, TX
Magic and Mystery, Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX; Katherine Davidson,
Peter Mears, curators
Civil Disobedience, Lanning Gallery, Houston, TX
1994 Synesthesia: Sound and Vision in Contemporary Art, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio,
TX; Don Bacigalupi, curator
Born Again Objects, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX, Joan Davidow, curator
The Box Show, Hooks Epstein Gallery, Houston, TX
Exquisite Corpse, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX
Small Works, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
The Retablo Show, Mexic-Arte Art Museum and Traxx Studios, Austin, TX
1993 Texas Contemporary Acquisitions of the 90’s, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston,
Houston, TX
National Showcase Exhibition, The Alternative Museum, New York, NY,
Richard Perchuk, curator
A Show Without Walls, The Artists Cooperative of Austin, Austin, TX
Personal Attachments, The Art of Collage and Assemblage, Hooks-Epstein Gallery, Houston, TX; Clint Willour, curator
1992 Re-Creation, RE: Creation, Recreation, Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX;
Peter Mears, curator
Metal and Mettle…Art and Spirit, Ida Green Gallery, Austin College, Sherman, TX;
Paul Rogers Harris, curator
Small Works and Installations, 500 X, Dallas, TX
La Dolce Vita, Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX
1991 The Perfect World, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX; Jim Edwards, curator
Another Chain Reaction, Texas Fine Art Association, Austin, TX
Mystery and Intrigue, Peregrine Gallery, Dallas TX; Paul Rogers Harris, curator
Inaugural Exhibition, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
1990 Invites, 500 X Gallery, Dallas, TX
Ordinary Object As Extraordinary Subject, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston Texas;
Clint Willour, curator
The Door Show, Texas Fine Art Association, Austin, TX
The Art of Assemblage, Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX
Four Guys With Goatees, Blue Collar Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Lost and Found, Edith Baker Gallery, Dallas, TX
Exhibit C, Austin Visual Art Association, Austin, TX
1989 A Century of Sculpture in Texas, touring exhibit: Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin, TX; The Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, TX; Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX; Becky Reese, curator
Animate / Inanimate, Mexic-Arte Art Museum, Austin, TX; Pio Pulido, curator
The T.V. Show, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX; James Chefchis, curator
The Toy Show, R.S. Levy Gallery, Austin, TX
Chain Reaction, Austin Visual Art Association, Austin, TX
High Tech Art, Discovery Hall Science Museum, Austin, TX
Another Reality, touring exhibition, Hooks Epstein Gallery, Houston, TX;
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK; McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX; Serpic Angelini, Bert Long, curators
1988 Houston Area Exhibit, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX; Alison de Lima Greene, Ed and Nancy Kienholz, Richard Koshalek, curators
The Houston Touch, Domus International Gallery and The Art League of Houston, Houston, TX; Paul Rogers Harris, curator
Group Show, 12th Street Gallery, Houston, TX
1987 Found, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX; Caroline Huber, curator
Group Show, Museum of Neon Art, Los Angeles, CA; Mary Carter, curator
New Faces, Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
The Inventors, Neon Neon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Hand Made in Texas, LTV Center Dallas TX; Paul Rogers Harris, curator
The Macabre Show, Blue Collar Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Realism Exhibit, St. Edwards University, Austin, TX; Betty Moody, curator
Group Show, Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1986 Works By…, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX; Caroline Huber, curator
Invitational, On Waugh Gallery, Houston, TX
Summer Sizzlers, Perception Gallery, Houston, TX
Three Sculptors, On Waugh Gallery, Houston, TX
1985 Group Show, Consolidated Arts Warehouse, Houston, TX
1984 The Peoples Workshop, Houston Music Hall and Peoples Workshop, Houston, TX

Performance
1994 Steve Brudniak: The Amuk Id Cathedral, Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX
1993 Steve Brudniak: The Amuk Id Cathedral, Dougherty Art Center, The University of Texas at
Austin, Austin, TX
Rules and Speculations: Steve Brudniak’s Amuk Id Cathedral and Kate Breakey’s The Laws and Physics of Mathematics, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX
1988 Steve Brudniak and Gerry Diaz, The Comedy Workshop, Houston, TX
1987 Steve Brudniak: New Years Eve Head Shaving Performance, Consolidated Arts
Warehouse, Houston, TX
1987 Henry Rollins: Big Ugly Mouth, opening act, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
1985-86 Mr. Green Genes group, Houston, TX
1982-84 Spiny Normen group, Houston, TX

Film and Video Production
2008 More Moments the Go, (feature film); Producer and Co-director; Eric Frodsham
Co-director; Blank Action Productions; High definition video, running time: 91:00
1997 Absinthe, (short film), Producer and Co-director; Marta Banda Co-director; Super 8mm film, running time: 4:39
1990 Room, (short film), Creative Concept (adaptation of original screenplay);
David Eccles, Director; 35mm film, running time 5:00

Conference, Festivals and Symposia
2011 Texas Sculpture Symposium, Organized by the Texas Sculpture Group, Tyler, TX
Steve Brudniak at The League of Extraordinary Hackers, Google Developers
South x Southwest Interactive Festival, Speakeasy, Austin, TX
2010 The Art of Steve Brudniak, Presentation at “The Dyonesium,” Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Pleasant Hill Public Library, Austin, TX
2007 Futures of the Past, South x Southwest Interactive Festival, Scholz Garten, Austin, TX
2000 Houston Sculpture 2000, 18th International Sculpture Conference, Cullen Center, Houston, TX
1999 Fort Worth Main St. Art Festival Exhibit, Contemporary Art Center of Fort Worth, Fort Worth,
TX; Marti Mayo, Juror
1998 Steve Brudniak, South x Southwest Interactive and Film Festival, Austin Convention Center, Austin, TX
1997 Fort Worth Main St. Art Festival Exhibit, Contemporary Art Center of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX; Charles Wylie, juror
1996 Fort Worth Main St. Art Festival Exhibit, Contemporary Art Center of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX; Barry Whistler, juror

Awards
2011 Best of Austin, Austin Chronicle Critics Pick: Best Sculptures From Yesterday’s Future
Finalist, State Visual Artist, The State of Texas
2009 Austin Chronicle, Critics Table Nomination for Best Independent Gallery Show
2008 Top Ten Pick, Austin Chronicle, selected by Rachel Koper
2008 Top Ten Pick, Austin Chronicle, selected by Wayne Allen Brenner
1999 Austin Chronicle, Critics Table Nomination
1998 Top Ten Pick, Austin American Statesman
1998 First Place, Open Show, Art League of Houston, Houston, TX; Bert Long, juror
1997 Honorable mention, Texas Art Celebration 97; The Assistance League of Houston
Alice Pratt Brown, David A. Ross, jurors
1996 Jurors Award, Fort Worth Main St. Art Festival Exhibit; Barry Whistler, juror
1989 Third place, Texas Art Celebration ’89, The Assistance League of Houston,
Houston, TX; Allison de Lima Greene, juror
1989 Dallas Museum of Art’s Arch and Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund Award for Artists Under 30

Professional Affiliations
2011-Present Exhibitions Committee, Texas Sculpture Group
2011 Board of Directors, Texas Sculpture Group
2003 Panelist, City of Austin, South Congress Street Scape Improvement, Art in Public
Places, Austin, TX
2000 Consultant, City of Austin, Lamar Pedestrian Bridge, Austin, TX
1998 Consultant, City of Austin, Guadalupe St. renovation, Austin, TX
1996 Juror, Diversity and Emergence Program, Mexic-Arte Art Museum, Austin, TX
91-97 Contract, City of Austin, Berzerkwerks, annual exhibits for children, Austin, TX
1991 Contract, City of Austin, Smart Art, Discovery Hall Science Museum, Austin, TX
1989 Contract and Commission, City of Austin, High Tech Art, Discovery Hall
Science Museum, Austin, TX

Selected Print Bibliography
Brenner, Wane Alan, “Your Coffee Table’s Begging For Books Like These.” Austin Chronicle, September 5, 2013
Zavistovski, Katia, “Steve Brudniak: The Science of Surrealism.” Arts and Culture Houston Magazine, May 24, 2013
Deliso, Meredith, “The Delightfully Disturbing Assemblages of Steve Brudniak.” Houston Press, May 6, 2013
Brudniak, Steve, The Science of Surrealism – Assemblage Sculpture of Steve Brudniak. Austin TX:
Merrid Zone, 2013
Brenner, Wayne Alan. “Top 10 From Visual Art in 2012.” Austin Chronicle, January 4, 2013.
Marquette, Katherine. Interplay: Mechanical Objects. San Antonio, TX: Southwest School of Art, 2012.
Barany, Les and Lana Gentry. “Unholy Blood.” Catapult Magazine, Volume 15, November 2012.
Andrews, Scott. “Touch Me.” San Antonio Current, October 3, 2012.
Bennett, Steve. “Please Touch the Art.” San Antonio Express-News, September 20, 2012.
Brenner, Wayne Alan. “Steve Brudniak: Back from Samsara: The artist’s new solo show at ACC is a
warp of the worlds.” Austin Chronicle, August 31, 2012.
Bennett, Steve. “911 Sculpture Part of Group Show.” San Antonio Express-News, June 24, 2012.
Munoz, Haydee. “Texas Sculpture Group Interior Exhibition.” artmagazinesa.com, June 12, 2012.
Starker, Melissa. “Sitting Pretty, Function takes back seat to frivolity in groupings of chairs at Ohio
Craft Museum.” The Columbus Dispatch, February 20, 2011.
Brenner, Wayne Alan. Minerva’s Wreck: Austin Arts Anthology. Austin TX: Café Armageddon, 2010.
Bennett, Steve. “Weighty Subjects, Weighty Pieces on Display.” San Antonio Express-News,
July 28, 2010.
Wolff, Elaine. “Stairway to Heaven.” San Antonio Current, July 28, 2010.
Goddard, Dan R. “Steve Brudniak at Blue Star.” Glasstire.com, July 2010.
“Top Picks” San Antonio Current, June 30, 2010.
Boomhower, Kaysie. “Contemporary Artist Opens Exhibit: Noumenon and Other Works.”
Lone Star Lutheran, September 17, 2009.
Faires, Robert. “Give ‘Em a Hand, The Nominees for the 2009 Austin Critics Table Awards.”
Austin Chronicle, May 15, 2009.
Koper, Rachel. “Wood & Steel: Works by Caprice Pierucci and Randall Reid.” Austin Chronicle,
May 22, 2009.
Tassevigen, Everett. “Glass Houses #9: Steve Brudniak.” Glasstire.com, April 2009.
Koper, Rachel. “Austin Art History Lesson I.” …might be good, March 2009.
Priour, Damian and Dana Friis-Hansen. The Texas Chair Project, Austin, TX: Austin Museum of
Art, 2008.
Dangli, Dustin. “The Sensation of Art.” The Shorthorn, October 16, 2008.
Nevelow, Donna. “The Art Scene.” The Galveston Parrot, July 2008.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Clair. “Imaginary Machines Chart Artist’s Emotional, Personal Life.” Austin
American-Statesman, June 22, 2008.
Brenner, Wayne Allen. “Steve Brudniak: Noumenon.” Austin Chronicle, June 19, 2008.
Barnes, Michael. “Sculptor Steve Brudniak’s Opening Attracts a Varied Crowd.” Austin American-
Statesman, June 3, 2008.
Barnes, Michael. “Weekend, Steve Brudniak Reception at Butridge Gallery.” Austin American-
Statesman, May 26, 2008.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Clair. “SteveBrudniak’s Long Awaited Solo Show.” Austin American-Statesman,
May 26, 2008.
McGahey, Sean. “Interview with Steve Brudniak.” JPG Magazine, April 23, 2007.
Reese, Becky Duval. Texas 100: Selections from the El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX: El Paso
Museum of Art Foundation, 2006.
Otten, William G. and Michelle W. Locke. The Legacy Continues, Corpus Christi, TX: Art Museum of
South Texas, 2006.
Morton, Jennifer. Belong‬: ‪A TV Journalist’s Search for Urban Culture: from Beirut to Bamako, from Havana to Ho Chi Minh City: Stories and Photos. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Insomniac Press‬, ‪2004.  ‬p 119
“Two Exhibits open at Museum of Art.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, July 18, 2004.
Cordova, Rubin C. Arte Caliente: Selections From the Joe A. Diaz Collection, Corpus Christi,
TX: South Texas Institute for the Arts, 2004.
Valient, Jackson and Yogini Bare, “AusTex Anomalous, an APT guide to Para Texas,” Austin Paratimes, July/August 2002.
Dowden, Russell. “Austin Paratimes Interviews Steve Brudniak.” Austin Paratimes, March 2002.
Daniel, Mike. “Func-tional Art at Edith Baker.” The Dallas Morning News, July 13, 2001.
Wilson, Wade and Jim Edwards. Houston Sculpture 2000. Houston, TX: The Art League
Houston, 2000.
Greene, Alison de Lima. Texas: 150 Works from the Museum of Fine Arts. NY, NY: Harry N. Abrams,
October 1, 2000.
Akhtar, Suzanne. “In the Galleries: Music and Art Flow…” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, October 3, 1999.
Lipkin, Allyson. “Steve Brudniak’s Reliquaries.” Austin Arts Downtown, May 1999.
Schade, Christopher. “Artist Brudniak Pays Tribute with Blood.” Austin American-Statesman,
April 10, 1999.
Martin, Sam. “Blood Reliquaries: Under the Skin,” Austin Chronicle, March 26, 1999.
Cooper, Chuck; Mears, Peter and Oleson, Jill. Bucking the Texas Myth, Austin, TX:
Austin Art Commission, 1998.
Van Risen, Jean Claire. “Perfect 10s: The Best of 1998.” Austin American-Statesman,
December 31, 1998.
Marshall, Cari. “Looking Into the Mind of Steve Brudniak: The Mad Doctor is in.” Austin Chronicle,
October 2, 1998.
Van Risen, Jean Claire. “Looking Into the Mind of Steve Brudniak.” Austin American-Statesman,
September 29, 1998.
Van Risen, Jean Claire. “Beyond the Realm, Assemblage Artist Steve Brudniak…” Austin American-
Statesman, June 11, 1998.
Van Risen, Jean Claire. “The Road to Rauschenberg.” Austin American-Statesman, March 26, 1998.
Maynard, Susan and Pratt, David Lee, Cut Across the Middle, Manitowoc WI:
Neo-Post-Now Gallery, 1997.
Wiggins, Wiley. “Self Portrait of the Artist in Perpetual Maintenance: An Interview with
Steve Brudniak.” Fringeware Review, Issue 13, 1997.
Staff Critics. “The Obscure Object of Desire.” Austin American-Statesman, December 11, 1997.
Cohen, Rebecca S. “What I Wanted.” Austin Chronicle, July 28, 1997.
Cohen, Rebecca S. “Aberrations: Just a Tad Weird.” Austin Chronicle, June 20, 1997.
Patterson, Rob. “Bill Rainey.” Austin American-Statesman, May 8, 1997.
Barnes, Michael. “Ranking Austin’s Visual Artists.” Austin American-Statesman, April 10, 1997.
Irvine, Madeline. “Sharing a Penchant for Mystery.” Austin American-Statesman, March 6, 1996.
Hess, Christopher. “Paintings and…Sculptures.” Austin Chronicle, March 15, 1996.
The Clueless Critic, “Lanning Sampler Show.” Art Lies, October/November 1995.
Hunt, Ken. “Austin Artist Steve Brudniak.” Austin Chronicle, June 2, 1995.
Levy, Rebecca. “Wizards of Our Time.” Austin Chronicle, February 10, 1995.
Williams, John L. “Magic of Childhood.” Austin American-Statesman, February 9, 1995.
Franks, Pam. “Synesthesia: Sound and Vision in Contemporary Art.” Circa, Winter 1995.
Goldman, Saundra. “‘Synesthesia’ Takes Visitors on Journey of Sight, Sound.” Austin American-
Statesman, November 21, 1994.
Carmen Agreda, Maria del. “Dan Charla de: Las Sensaciones del Arte.” El Manana,
November 29, 1994.
Bacigalupi, Don. Synesthesia: Sound and Vision in Contemporary Art. San Antonio, TX:
San Antonio Museum of Art, 1994.
Goddard, Dan R. “Interactive Art in Store in ‘Synesthesia.'” San Antonio Express-News,
August 21, 1994.
Paris, Wendy. “Houston, Texas Review.” Sculpture Magazine, July/August 1994.
Park, Glenna. “Blue Star Review.” Voices of Art, June/July 1994.
Roberts, Diana. “Some Thoughts on Formal Responsibility.” Voices of Art, June/July 1994.
Benge, Sharon. “Arlington, How Great Thine Art.” Aura of Dallas/Fort Worth, May/June 1994.
Tyson, Janet. “Discovering the Potential of Found Objects.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, May 29, 1994.
Goddard, Dan R. “Layers Underscore Blue Star Exhibit.” San Antonio Express-News, May 22, 1994.
Broadwater, Lisa. “Trash With a Higher Calling.” Dallas Morning News, May 19, 1994.
Broadwater, Lisa. “Born Again Objects.” Arlington News, May 19, 1994.
Sale, Tom. Born Again Objects. Arlington TX: The Arlington Museum of Art, 1994.
“Press Picks.” Houston Press, April 1994.
Burns, Gerald. Shorter Poems. Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, May 1993.
Levy, Rebecca. “Magical Mystery Museum.” Austin Chronicle, November 19, 1993.
“Fact, Fiction Take Roles in Art Exhibit,” El Paso Herald-Post, April 15, 1993.
Burns, Gerald and Jim Edwards. Rules and Speculations. El Paso TX: The University of
Texas at El Paso, April 1993.
Burns, Gerald. “Altered States.” Austin Chronicle, January 22, 1993.
Goldman, Saundra. “Brudniak’s Art is a Mind Full.” Austin American-Statesman, January 16, 1993.
McBride, Elizabeth and Loranzo Thomas. DiverseWorks Artspace, 1983-1993, Houston, TX:
DiverseWorks, 1993.
Johnson, Jennifer. “Laguna Gloria Explores Art From Discarded Objects.” Daily Texan, April, 1992
Oleson, J.R. “‘My Child Can Do That Exhibits.” Austin American-Statesman, April 1992.
McBride, Elizabeth. “Steve Brudniak at Lynn Goode.” Art News, April 1992.
Chadwick, Susan. “2 Juried Art Shows.” Houston Post, March 12, 1992.
Simon, Janice. “Electrifying.” Galveston Daily News. March 1, 1992.
Chadwick, Susan. “Space for Art’s Sake.” Houston Post, January 8, 1992.
Szilagyi, Pete. “San Antonio Museums Offer Witty, Wise Art Works.” Austin American-Statesman,
November 25, 1991.
Kutner, Janet. “Mystery Cloaks Intriguing Show.” Dallas Morning News, October 24, 1991.
Goddard, Dan, R. “Contemporary Look at Texas Art.” San Antonio Express-News, October 6, 1991.
Edwards, Jim and Gerald Burns. The Perfect World in Contemporary Texas Art. San Antonio, TX: San
Antonio Museum of Art, October 1991.
Blair, Charlene. “Concordia Campus Blooming With Art.” The Clarion, Concordia Lutheran College,
April 10, 1991.
Blair, Charlene. “A Squid, Some Bones and a Little Electricity.” The Clarion, Concordia
Lutheran College, April 10, 1991.
Blair, Charlene. “A Squid, Some Bones and a Little Electricity.” Concordia Connections, Concordia
Lutheran College, Summer 1991.
Roberts, Anne H. “Texas Sculpture Flourishes in the Winter Season.” Houston Public News,
February 6, 1991.
Goddard, Dan R. “Texas Artists Visit Another Reality.” San Antonio Express-News, July 1, 1990.
Goddard, Dan R. “The Diverse to Converge at Center.” San Antonio Express-News, June 17, 1990.
Ranta, Rachel. “The Sacred Abyss of Anxiety.” Houston Press, May 31, 1990.
Hirschhorn, Eric J. “Something Out Of Nothing.” Dallas City Life, March 5, 1990.
Hendricks, Patricia D. and Becky Duval Reese. A Century of Sculpture in Texas 1889-1989, Austin TX:
University of Texas Press, 1989.
Goddard, Dan R. “UT Exhibition Traces a Century of Change in Texas Sculpture.” San Antonio
Express-News, July 30, 1989.
Smith, Mark. “‘Century’ Exhibit: a Tribute to Texas’ Sculptural Wealth.” Austin American-Statesman,
June 29, 1989.
Kutner, Janet. “A Century of Sculpture in Texas.” Dallas Morning News, June 20, 1989.
McEvilley, Thomas. Another Reality. Houston, TX: Hooks-Epstein Galleries, June 1989.
Kutner, Janet. “A Helping Hand for Young Artists.” Dallas Morning News, May 20, 1989.
Jarmusch, Ann. “DMA Acquires American paintings, sculpture.” Dallas Times Herald, May 20, 1989.
Vander Lee, Janet. “While the Jury’s Out.” Houston Arts, October 1988.
Chadwick, Susan. “CAM, Blaffer Take New Look…” Houston Post, September 11, 1988.
Bea, Janet. “Neon Sculpture an Eclectic Electric Medium.” Art Gallery International,
January/February 1988.
Museum of Neon Art Calendar, Los Angeles, CA: Museum of Neon Art, December 1988.
Brudniak, Steve. “The Shattering of Illusion.” Eleven x Fourteen, Winter 1988.
Martin, Frank. Gulf Coast Magazine, Fall/Winter 1987.
McBride, Elizabeth. “Houston Letter.” Art Space, Winter 1987.
Goddard, Dan R. “Macabre: Fangs for the Memory.” San Antonio Express-News, November 8, 1987.
Rathburn, Charlene. “Reflections on Art and Time.” San Antonio Current, October 22-28, 1987.
Goddard, Dan R. “Electronic Impulses Drive Artist.” San Antonio Express-News, October 11, 1987.
Chadwick, Susan. “‘True Wit Seems to be Missing From Art Exhibit.” Houston Post, August 9, 1987.
Chadwick, Susan. “Artists Turn Something Old to Something New.” Houston Post, June 14, 1987.
Stephens, Mike. “A Bright Idea.” San Bernardino Sun, March 30, 1987.
Gordon, Paul. “A Celebration of Neon Art.” Los Angeles Downtown News, March 30, 1987.
Dobay, Louis. “Some Separate Pieces.” Houston Public News, August, 21 1986.
Chadwick, Susan. “Steve Brudniak at Diverse Works.” Houston Post, June 1, 1986.
Dobay, Louis. “Kidneys vs. Kidney Beans.” Houston Public News, May 29, 1986.

Selected Radio, Television, Film, Video Bibliography
Indie Live Austin. “Steve Brudniak: Interview with Diana Brochin.” Austin, TX: ACTV, January 2010.
The Texas Chair Project. Dir. John Brown. Public Broadcasting Service, 2008.
Steve Brudniak – Noumenon. Dir. Wiley Wiggins. Austin, TX: 2008, Video documentary.
rocketboom.com. “Steve Brudniak: Interview with Joann Colan.” March 8, 2008. Video blog.
rocketboom.com. “Steve Brudniak: Interview with Amanda Condon.” March 14, 2006. Video blog.
The Art Show. “Linklater: St. Richard of Austin.” Dir. Irshad Ashraf. London, England: British
Broadcasting Corporation, 2005.
Moving Pictures. “Steve Brudniak: Interview with Celeste Williams.” Austin, TX: KOOP
Radio, July 2, 1999.
Steve Brudniak. Dir. Andrew Nourse. Austin, TX: Andy Nourse Productions, 1998 Video documentary.
Fox 7 News. “Found Object Show at Laughing at the Sun.” KTBC-TV, Austin, TX, January 16, 1997.
Ulteriaphobia: The Art of Steve Brudniak. Dir. Luke Savisky. Austin, TX: Klaus und Hans
Productions, 1995, Video documentary.
Art Beat. “Synesthesia.” San Antonio, TX: San Antonio Public Television, 1994.
NBC News. “Steve Brudniak: Interview with Jim Swift at High Tech Art Exhibit.” Austin, TX:
KXAN-TV 13, June 17 1989.

Selected Public Collections
Art Museum of South Texas
City of Austin
El Paso Museum of Art
Mexic-Arte Art Museum
Museum of Fine Arts Houston
San Antonio Museum of Art
Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, AZ (Collaboration with Celia Munoz)

Selected Private Collections
The Law Firm of Akin Gump
Norma Jean Almazan
Thom Andreola & Annette Wilzig
Karen & Everett Anschutz
Renate Ammann
Rebecca & Wesley Archer
Connie & Armando Arismendi
Jenifer Arnston & Kevin Collins
Lesley Baker
Marta Banda
Nona & Richard Barret
Bunny & Peter van Bavel
Jill Bedgood
David Berg
Ellen & David Berman
Sonny Bert
Clint Boelsche
David Brown
Elizabeth & Patrick Burns
Sheree Byrd
Cynthia Cage
Cynthia & Murray Camp
Neil Chavigny
Dr. Billy Cohn
Rhoda & James Cobb
Charles Cooper
Tim Crowley
The Law Firm of Crowley, Marks & Douglas
Jeannie & Jose Cuervo
Alison de Lima Green
Philip Dempsey
Joe Diaz
Tracey Diaz
Jim Edwards
William Farr
Ed Gage
Dixie Friend & Ron Gay
Neal Gerstandt
Jeff Gorvetzian
Dr. John Haest
William Hill
Michelle & Gene Huang
Benito Huerta
Alex Isles
Molly Kemp
Mary & Billy Kirkland
David Kroft
Dr. Ken Kruse
Bill Lasseter
Virginia Lebermann
Irvin “Bubba” Levy
Richard Linklater
Sheila & Joseph Marchione
Lester Marks
Estate of Elizabeth McBride
Karen & David Moore
Anilisa Peace
Cidnee Patrick
Susan Pogue
Karen Poltrak
Paula Priour
Paul Rogers Harris
Jody Richardson
Joni & John Sager
Catarina & Dr. Donovan Sigerfoos
Sharon Smith
Gary Somberg
Julie Speed
John Spong
Robert Stenson
Stephen D. Susman
Sharon & Jack Tindall
Marlys Tokerud
Guillermo del Toro
Valentina Vale & Herb Gideon
Mark van Gelder
Aida West
Clint Willour
Trey Yates
Judy Youens