Gordon Bryce RSA exhibits regularly across the United Kingdom, his work focusing on still life and landscape subjects, the latter typically of Aberdeenshire and the west coast of Scotland. All his work is painted with a native richness and strength of colour and texture.


Bryce was born in Edinburgh in 1943. He studied at Edinburgh College of Art, where his tutors were Sir Robin Philipson and Sir William Gillies. After graduating, Bryce was appointed Lecturer in Printmaking at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen. He later became Head of Fine Art there, a post he held from 1986 to 1995.