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Bryce Speed has taught at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and is currently Assistant Professor of Art in Painting at the University of Alabama. 

Statement: The natural world provides many visual analogies for the great depth and mysteries of the human mind. These paintings illustrate a boundless inner life, amplified by our senses, and its extension in to the world. Fluid topographies, discontinuous scale, and color suggest the expansive and conflicting systems of nature and the changing climate as a metaphor for the evolving self. Likewise, these paintings suggest a future landscape effected by climate change. Knowledge further helps us understand our interactions and place in the world, but is limited in scope to define our most unexplainable experiences and interactions. Painting can connect form and idea via a language that is unique to the medium, I try to embrace this possibility in my work.

Meet artist and educator, Bryce Speed in this Zoom artist talk. Bryce will discuss and share his artwork through his website in this pre-recorded virtual event.

Bryce Speed has taught at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and is currently Assistant Professor of Art in Painting at the University of Alabama. Bryce’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions over the past several years. In 2006 and 2011, his work was selected for publication in New American Paintings Southeastern and Western editions. In 2014, he had a solo exhibition at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, GA and was part of a three-person exhibition at HERE Art Center in New York, NY, titled Suburbia: Is Anyone There? In 2015-16 he exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition in Edinburgh, Scotland and at the Visual Art Exchange’s Contemporary South Exhibition in Raleigh, NC during 2016.

The Birmingham Black Radio Museum (BBRM) documents an intricate layer of Birmingham’s trajectory. It is not necessarily a museum in the traditional sense. It can also be categorized as a community archive and an oral history project, and its mission is to preserve a historical movement through the lens of Black radio in Birmingham from the 1930s through the 1980s.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Anne Herbert

HPL Galleries: Artist Talk Series with Gaby Wolodarski

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