Abstract Painting 'Pilgrim IV'
A fascination with rocks, pebbles, and nature’s textures can be found in this painting. The artist investigates surface, shape, texture and composition. The juxtaposition of the forms conveys both the strength and fragility of relationships and suggests connections and proximity.
- Acrylic on museum board - 11" x 14""
- Float framed, white beveled mat, under glass
- Matte white wood frame - 20.5" x 16.5"
- Signed by artist
- Artist information
Painting, MFA 2013
Belinda Bryce has developed a visual language that depicts the complexity of life’s journey, its unevenness, the interruptions, distractions, obstacles, bridges, and unexpected new pathways. Drawn to design, geometry, and the repetition of shapes, inspired by the colors and patterns of nature; she explores the visual juxtaposition of the organic and the inorganic, the creative and the analytic.
Bryce received an MFA in Painting from RIT College of Art and Design. Bryce is Program Director, Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program, Diversity and Inclusion.