"I dedicate my art creations and ideas to the liberation of all beings on Earth.”
Australian artist Bryce Roy Holywell, was born on the 28th of May 1991 in Bacchus Marsh Victoria, grew up in his current home town of Melton, and studied a Bachelor of Visual Arts at Federation University.
From a very early age in life, Bryce has excelled at anything based in creativity and visual communication; always coming up with new ideas of what to draw and create next, using his imagination and innovative mind to explore the inner-being of his soul and spirit across many mediums and platforms.
After being diagnosed with Manic Bipolar in 2013, and going in and out of hospital wards on 6 seperate occasions, Bryce finally reclaimed his mental, physical, and spiritual well being in 2020 when he debuted with his first solo exhibition “Flow State” with the Melton City Council.
Flow State showcased 20 of Bryce’s original mediative mandala artworks in three separate locations around his home town. It was in the making of these mandala works that became the catalyst to improving Bryce’s state of well being, and so he has devoted his arts practice to creating a lifetime of mandalas to help maintain his overall health, to express his own divine light and imagination, and to connect with the people in his community and the world.
Bryce’s mission as an artist is to communicate a collective vision of the future, one where reality and fantasy fuse together in a dance in which everyone thrives in harmony with each other, where every being can enjoy this beautiful existence that we call life united as one soul family.
Bryce invites you to engage with his art in the hope that you resonate with their message of divine light and truth, and be inspired to take massive action in creating this benevolent vision with him.