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About Bryce Wymer
Bryce Wymer is an American born visual artist currently based in Brooklyn, New York. His personal works address human social progression and the driving relation between the powerful and the powerless. This portfolio represents a small selection of his output during that last few years. His work has been shown, awarded and documented globally in countless gallery exhibitions, books, magazines and installations.
When Bryce is not painting his Flat Earth Studio he works as a freelance visual artist around the world. This title incorporates all facets of live action direction. graphic design, illustration, 2D/3D animation, and post production.
b. 1979 Hollywood, FL Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
Bryce Wymer is a visual artist currently based in New York City. His works are drawn from abbreviated figurative forms and occasionally lean into romantic and anxious narratives. These works are characterized by a unique combination of bold graphic compositions and humanist abstraction. In many of his works, figures engaged in bizarre, sometimes mundane situations, and are placed within barren environments. Wymer utilises a bold candy-like palette to engage and bring the viewer into his narratives. His use of limited color theory and overlapping subject matter are a result of his interest into the many layers of the human condition. His works make a figurative nod to the Social Realist movement while addressing social progression and the driving relation between the powerful and the powerless.
2005 Ringling College of Art and Design: Fine art, Design, Illustration, BFA, Sarasota FL
2001 Palm Beach College, Associate of Arts: Psychology, Painting,, Environmental Studies, Palm Beach, FL
2019, Marked: Group Show. Atlas Galley, New York, US
2019, Threesome: Group Show. 19 Karen Galley, Mermaid Beach, AU
2019, Salad Days: Group Show. A Young Space Exhibition, New York, US
2019, Dock 72: Brooklyn Navy Yards Mural installation. Brooklyn, New York, US
2018, Salut III: Group Show. Nucleus Gallery in Portland, Oregon, US
2018, Re-Arrange: Group Show. Juxtapose Gallery @ Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ
2018, The Drake: Hotel Mural installation. Toronto, CA
2018, The Moleskine Project: Moniker Art Show, London, UK
2018, Meet me at Delancey/Essex: Group Show. Spoke Art Gallery, LES, New York
2018, 12 x 12: Group Show. Vertical Gallery, Chicago, IL
2017, Go Figure: Group Show. Spoke Art Gallery, LES, New York
2015, Text Me: Group Show. Hazan Gallery Tribeca, New York
2015, SXSW Excellence in Title Design Nominee. Austin, TX
2014, Bushwick Open Studios Exhibition. OK Gallery. Brooklyn, New York, NY
2014, Etsy’s Artist Workshop. Dumbo Brooklyn, NY
2012, Design Week NY. Noho Next. Ballast Exhibition. New York, NY
2012, Post Family Gallery Exhibition. Chicago, IL
2011, Canary Gallery Exhibition. New Orleans, LA
2011, CMYK Gallery Exhibition. Brooklyn, NY
2006, Crossley Gallery Exhibition. Sarasota, FL
2011, Art Directors Club. The Art of Process lecture series. Denver, CO
2011, Loyola College Artists lecture series. New Orleans, LA
SELECT PUBLICATIONS, PRESS.
2018, Anxy Magazine, Jan.
2018, Hohe Luft Magazine, Oct.
2017, Drawn From Life. Chronicle Books
2014, American Illustration Annual #32.
2014, Freehand Art Collective. Chronicle Books
2014, Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine
2014, An Illustrated Journey. How Books
2013, 1000 Portrait Illustrations. Quarry Books
2013, Flatt Magazine NY. Issue #2
2012, An Illustrated Life. How Books
2012, Alphabet City Magazine. Issue #4
2012, IDN Magazine. Colour Issue
2012, Carne Magazine. Issue #8
2012, Print Magazine Annual #64
Q. Where do you obtain inspiration?
A. I find inspiration in the people around me and the stories that I surround myself with. I find inspiration in trying to capture the heart and soul of a narrative frozen in time.
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