Martyn Andrew Pryce
Martin Pryce, initially immersed in the study of art at Beal Tech High School in London, Ontario, made his foray into the commercial art world as an architectural renderer. Seeking to broaden his horizons, he moved away from commercial work to establish the Newmarket School of Fine Art, a humble endeavour that continues to prosper. His artistic journey has seen a shift from traditional landscapes towards modern and abstract styles. Martin now places a sincere emphasis on design, colour, and pattern, and subtly incorporates elements of fantasy into his work.
This blend serves to create a deeply personal connection with those who appreciate his art. Chris Pryce, son of Martin Pryce, initially chose a different path. Martial arts captured his young heart, while art was explored occasionally. His innate talent was evident, but art didn't become his main pursuit until after university and a long firefighting career. Now, Chris works humbly alongside his father. He contributes to their collective creations using a variety of methods and materials. From the use of Midjourney AI to epoxy resin, from minimalist designs to experimenting with wood, metal, and spray paint, Chris has begun a modest yet intriguing journey into the world of artistic fusion. “In the pursuit of my artistic growth, I delve into various themes.
This broad exploration comes to life in my work, from the majesty of landscapes and the delicacy of florals to the boldness of abstraction, each piece embodying aspects of my multifaceted character.” Martin Pryce “I enjoy experimenting with different materials and tools, to create unique pieces. Incorporating artists works into living spaces, in hopes of creating a positive and creative, subconscious effect for the owners.”