310 Cherry Street
  • Date :

    Friday, 1 July 2022
  • Time :

    6 to 8 PM
  • Price :

    Free for Museum Members
    $5 For the General Public

The Left Hand of Bumpcasso


Join us on Friday, July 1, 2022 for the opening reception for the “Left Hand of Bumpcasso” exhibit. The art exhibit will be available for viewing until July 30, 2022.

Bumpcasso’s hands are his gift and he is certainly using them. Bumpcasso has been perfecting his artistic creativity since the tender age of three. Steven “Bumpcasso” Hill was born in Gary, Indiana, in 1956. His first drawing was penned on construction paper and was entitled “Draw Like Me, Paint Like Me”.

Bumpcasso, Painting My-Self in Abstract

Fast forward 26 years, Bumpcasso has parlayed that artistic genius into a vast array of paintings that showcase his technical mastery of diverse mediums. He creates on canvas, utilizing oil paints, watercolors, clay and wood.

Bumpcasso is humbled that his work is appreciated by a growing audience of enthusiastic first-time collectors, as well as art connoisseurs nationally and internationally. When asked how he approaches his work he responds, “With an unending source of inspiration that comes from a higher force.” His life experiences also contribute to his creations. “Art is something you feel from within,” he states. “Then it transforms you into making it come alive. From that moment on, the work takes on a form of its own leading me to create wonders.”

Creating beauty, woven with a story, has always been Bumpy’s passion. He does that with every stroke of his paintbrush. Bumpy desires to transform his personal vocation into a lucrative profession. While people take different roads in life, he believes he has chosen one less traveled. With unyielding determination, he welcomes the journey.


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