Visual Contemporary Art of Bryce Hudson


Contemporary artist Bryce Hudson is a widely exhibited and published creative force living in the United States (studios in St. Petersburg, FL and Louisville, KY). The bulk of his work deals with social issues surrounding ideas of race, beauty, gender identity politics and stereotypes in contemporary society. The weapons in his arsenal; bold color, pattern, composition, symbolism and digital manipulation of preexisting imagery. Hudson’s esthetic is inspired by historical art movements; modernism, post-modernism, minimalism, pop, neo plasticism — yet the work itself is inspired by life in contemporary society.

Experimentation and evolution are essential to the development of all contemporary artists… If I had to reduce my purpose as an artist down to its essence I’d easily conclude that my worth is based on the ability to grow and change with my surroundings, to inspire transformation and spark dialogue and thought in others, to always be mindful of what surrounds me (abstract or concrete) and to always formulate, reinterpret and reissue information into my own unique voice.
— Bryce Hudson

Equilibrium Deco


Contemporary Art Prints juxtaposing pattern with clean minimalist compositions.

Holding Pattern


Contemporary Art Prints based on Gender and identity politics and femininity.

The Beauties


Contemporary Art Prints with a focus on Identity, Gender and Race.

Geometric Abstraction


Most prolific body of on-going work. Abstract Geometric Paintings.

Geometric Abstraction & Beyond

Hudson works across media. Contemporary abstract geometric paintings — wherein he explores identity and race through use of color and composition; in recent work he uses architectural photographs and strips them of all context to create dizzying compositions.

His digitally manipulated imagery from muscle magazines and beauties in advertising explores society’s issues of beauty. To create the Kentucky Gentleman Series he hired an entire theater staff to transform him into serious or comical versions of every race he’s ever been mistaken for — then he photographed himself.

He also experiments with pattern and color in ways that present similar issues in either a reductive or visually redundant fashion. Autumn 2016, Hudson begins work on a series of sculptures expanding his primary love of painting to a 3-dimensional field.

Geometric Abstract paintings and Contemporary Art Prints by Bryce Hudson

Bryce Hudson: Intersection – New works at Leslie Curran Gallery

The Leslie Curran Gallery @ ARTicles proudly presents the exhibition INTERSECTIO...


Abstract Geometric Painting: Untitled #48

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Abstract Geometric Painting: Untitled #47

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An abstract geometric painting by Bryce Hudson

Abstract Geometric Painting: Untitled #46

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Abstract Geometric Art - Composition #45

Abstract Geometric Painting: Untitled #45

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Compositions – Works by Bryce Hudson 2010 – 2014

A survey of contemporary artist Bryce Hudson’s newest works. Catalog includes works from his series of architecture-based abstract geometric paintings, sculptures and photo and mixed-media prints in the Equilibrium (Deco) and Equinox series. Includes every work completed from 2010-2016 with details on each piece, texts and selected collections.

70 Pages – 55 Color Plates


Bryce Hudson | Explorations in the Shadow of Pop Culture

Published in 2009, this book includes the Equilibrium, Holding Pattern and the Kentucky Gentleman Series along side text on the development of these earlier works.

Hardcover: 56 pages
Publisher: Holland Brown Books (2009)

ISBN-10: 0979700612
ISBN-13: 978-0979700613

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