Amnis (Fracture X), 2023

by Greg Bryce

Painting : acrylic

80 x 80 x 3 cm 31.5 x 31.5 x 1.2 inch


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Painting: acrylic

Dimensions cm inch

80 x 80 x 3 cm 31.5 x 31.5 x 1.2 inch Height x Width x Depth


Not framed


Abstract artworks



Abstract expressionism




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Artwork location: Spain

Richly textured artwork on a two-paneled surface. The creative process unfolds gradually, exclusively utilizing knives. The foreground comes to life and is refined with brushes. The painting aims to convey dynamism and energy while maintaining a sense of serenity. Immerse yourself in the vibrant yet tranquil essence of this captivating piece.

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Greg Bryce, Amnis (Fracture X)

Greg Bryce

United Kingdom  • 1986


Valencia and Edinburgh based Fine Artist, Designer and Landscape Architect specialised in painting & drawing, site specific installation and environmental interventions. Work concerns its self with the senses, and a fundamental objective reading of the physical world. Ideas of chaos and infinity are explored alongside the delusional nature of our senses; attempting to consolidate and account for the differences between our first hand experience and that of the microscopic and quantum realms.

Two dimensional work uses personally developed styles which give representational power to colours and forms with a distinct personal language and unique expressive methods using both knives and heavy oil mediums.

Sculptural work exists in direct response to place - often occurring immediately and existing for a brief period.

The most crucial factor in any brief is congruousness; both in concept and materiality. Work has also taken the form of kinetic, sound and performance.

I believe in the necessity of a multi-disciplined approach. Each idea and environment calls for new mediums and a new type of thinking.

Exhibitions and on site responses have taken place widely in the UK and in several venues across mainland Europe and Scandinavia.


Masters Degree (MLA)

Landscape Architecture

Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

University of Edinburgh


Bachelors Degree (BA Hons)


Gray's School of Art

The Robert Gordon University


Notable Experience & Accolades

Co-opted Council member of the Society of Scottish Artists - Current

Artrepeneur Metal work prize 2023

Society of Scottish Artists Open call exhibition panel 2022-2023

Artist Residency at Arte Studio Ginistrelle, Assisi, Italy. November - December 2019

Sculpture team for Forest Sounds Festival 2019

Article author for Novelty Magazine April 2018

Director of Burrow Plants botanical design 2015-17. Director of AAC Art Consultants 2012-14

Representative speaker / public liaison for ESALA Parks & Recreation program May 2015

Competition judge and speaker for The Edinburgh Photographic Society 2013

Visual Art Trader Artist of the month December 2012 & March 2013

Open Door Gallery Aberdeen featured Artist July - August 2012

Artists Residency at The Konstepidemin Organisation, Gothenburg, Sweden. February - June 2012

James Rust Prize winner June 2011

RGU Student Representative 2008-2011

BP Fine Art Prize Nominee June 2011


Group shows (c) - Curator

Art Auction & Exhibition for Maggies with Anish Kapoor & others, Marischal Square November 2022

Experimental Use of Space @ Bon Accord Baths, August 2022

SSA 30 x 30 @ The Borders Art fair 2022. March 2022

Metaverse Bienalle / Sikka arts Festival. March 2022

Experimental use of Space - Group Sculpture show, Dalmadilly quarry, February 2022

The Pastel Society Annual exhibition 2022. Mall Galleries, London, January 2022

Maggies Art Extravaganza 2021, Lyon & Turnbull Edinburgh. August 2021

Society of Scottish Artists ' Sculpture now' - July 2021

Society of Scottish Artists: 'Instant' - July 2021

Haddo Arts Festival 2020 - Experimental use of space

Assisi International Fine Arts Exhibition - Gallery Le logge Assisi. Sept 2020

Assisi International Contemporary Art Exhibition - Le Logge, Assisi Nov 2019

Gone fishing, DOK Edinburgh. Jan 2019

Commercial display Galerie Memo Jacq Brussels - Ongoing

Maggies Art extravaganza, Chester Hotel, Aberdeen. Nov 2018

Art for MND, Stockbridge, Edinburgh. Aug 2018

Memory Mood & Place - Houses of Commons, London. Summer 2016

Spring Exhibition, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh. April 2014

Ascension, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh. Feb 2014

NN Contemporary Arts group show, Northampton. Dec - Jan 2014

Photography group show, Henderson's Edinburgh. Feb 2013 (c)

Collaborative exhibition, Konstepidemin, Gothenburg. May 2012 (c)

Winter exhibition, Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen. Nov - Jan 2012

VSA Easter Anguston, Drumoak, Aberdeenshire. Sept 2011

In through the outdoors, Kinellar Wood, Aberdeenshire. Sept 2011 (c)

Grays School of Art Degree show 2011

Best of Degree show, Sixfoot Gallery, Glasgow. July 2011

For Sale Sculpture Exhibition, Limousine Bull, Aberdeen. Dec 2010

Bachelor show. PHL, Hasselt. May 2010

Landscape, Site specific show. Limburg, Belgium, May 2010

Inside Exhibition - Cultural networks group show. PHL Cage, Hasselt May 2010 (c)

Salon II, 99 Bar Aberdeen. Nov 2009

Blank page publication show. Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen. May 2009

Trash for Treasure. Grays School of Art. Dec 2008

Aberdeen College Portfolio exhibition, Bon - Accord Centre. June 2005

Aberdeen Street Skaters. Peacock Visual Arts. July 2004

Solo Shows

Greg Bryce Abstract artist. Arts 13 Collective Edinburgh, March 2022

Contemporary Art @ Good Times rooftop presents Greg Bryce, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Dec 2020

Environmental installation, Olive Grove of Merli family, Commune of Assisi, Italy Dec 2019

Bxl Abstract Collective Presents: Greg Bryce. See U, Brussels, Belgium Oct 2019

Works on Paper II, Deja Vu, Brussels, Belgium. Sept - Oct 2019

Works on Paper. Under the Hammer, Aberdeen. April - May 2019

Infinity | Extracts. DOK Edinburgh. March 2018

Tazza Espresso, Edinburgh May - July 2010

Selected works, Whitespace Gallery, Howe St, Edinburgh June 2014

Difference, Whitespace Gallery, Gayfield Square. May 2013

Open Door Gallery, Aberdeen. July - August 2012

Art by Video. Online project based in Gothenburg. May 2012 onward.

Konstepidemin Atelje exhibition. April 2012

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