John Stuart Pryce
John's love for art began at a very early as he discovered the great satisfaction derived from his ability to draw. When his family arrived in Canada, John was eleven years old. He continued drawing and painting and eventually became an art major at the highly acclaimed H.B. Beal Tech in London, Ontario. Since that time John has worked and studied in Montreal, Chicago and Toronto. During his successful career as an architectual illustrator his work has been used for projects around the world. John's seemingly loose yet eloquent techique is result of years of experience in the disciplines of drawing, color and composition used daily in the competitive world of commerical art.
The transition to a career as fine artist has been a fulfilling experience. John currently divides his time between painting and sharing his artistic knowledge with others through his painting workshops.
Recent Exhibitions and Shows
First Grand International Award for NESA Chicago Illinois
The "Best of the 80's" award for artwork done for World Financial center N.Y. city.
Numerous corporate commissions including "The Orient Express" Zurich Switzerland
Exhibited artwork for "Art in Architecture" show at Arts and Letters Club Toronto '92
Artwork published in "Architecture in Pen and Ink" 1995
Artwork exhibited at London Reginal Art & Historic Museum for recent "Bealart: 80 Years of Experiment" March 1998
Exhibits at art shows in Toronto (TOAS) for 5 years, Niagara on the Lake and California
Media:Oil on linen canvas