(1938 - 2008)
Norman Howard Brumm was active/lived in Michigan. Norman Brumm is known for enamel-on-copper sculpture, floral and bird painting.
Biography Norman Brumm
Norman Brumm, born to Howard and Lela (Palmer) Brumm Sept. 30, 1938, developed an interest in art early in life. His first studio was in Norwood Township on Lake Michigan, opened following his graduation from Holland High School and Michigan State University, where he earned a Master's of Art degree. Brumm also taught art at Fremont Public Schools.
Although formally trained on oil painting, Brumm produced exceptional water colors and pen and ink drawings. In 1966, he met and married Judith Wedemeier and moved into the field of enamel on metal with the same enthusiasm he had brought to his paintings. The opportunity to depict in sculpture the things in nature he loved drew him deeper into the process of enameling, and soon his artwork
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