Contemporary artist Bryce Hudson is a widely exhibited and published creative force living in the United States. 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