Compositions – New Work by Bryce Hudson (8/9 – 9/20)

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7th, 4 – 7P in the Eva G. Farris Gallery.  Refreshments provided.

Bryce Hudson will be giving a gallery talk in the Eva G. Farris Gallery this Friday, Sept. 7, from 3:00 – 3:45pm, right before the opening reception. It is a great opportunity for students, faculty and staff to ask questions and interact with a contemporary professional artist. If you would like to learn a little more about his work please visit: We look forward to seeing you!

“Bryce Hudson is a widely exhibited and published contemporary artist 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 pre-existing 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.”