Bruce Lieberman began exhibiting in New York as part of the New York Figurative scene of the late 70’s and 80’s. He had his first solo show at the Pene Du Bois Gallery in the East Village.
He studied at Stony Brook University, Brandeis University and received an M.F.A. from Brooklyn College. He was nominated for the Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Academy, and was a winner of the Charles C Shaw Award for painting. He became associated with the Long Island landscape movement after being included as the youngest painter in the book, 20th century Long Island Landscape Painting, Ronald G. Pisano, New York Graphic Society, Little, Brown Date Published:1990.
Lieberman’s work is included in many public and private collections and has been exhibited in galleries and museums in New York and on Long Island. Critical review and commentary have appeared in books, newspapers, and magazines, including: The New York Times and Huffington Post.