Gordon Brusstar

Of That Time :
The follo­wing images, in this collection, are from the 1950s to 1970s publi­ca­tions of Art Direc­tors and Artists Club of San Fran­cisco, San Fran­cisco Society of Illus­tra­tors, Commu­ni­ca­tion Arts, and private collections.

Gordon Brus­star
I only got to meet Gordon once, when he came into BH&H’s studio with his 4′ x5′ layout for a POP for grocery chains. I still can see it in my mind, I was so impressed with his talent.

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I remember Gordon Brus­star well, he did several illus­tra­tions for us back in the 60s and early 70s when I was AD at AF-​GL. He was a great guy–jovial and funny and was always laug­hing. He and his wife operated a tree farm somew­here out of Napa. He also showed pain­tings in the Yount­ville mart and in the old Nut Tree. A very talented artist.
D Wayne White

One thought on “Gordon Brusstar”

  1. Lorraine says:

    I have several pain­tings by Gordon Brus­star that were purchased in Yount­ville in the 70s. One that I really love is a very large hori­zontal indus­trial scene with workers taking a lunch break by oil drums (Stan­dard Oil?). I also have a a large (mainly blues) night-​time dock scene and a medium-​sized pastoral of a church in Napa Valley.

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