GQ Portugal

GQ Portugal recently featured Bryan's Woodcut Eastern Red Cedar in their In & Out Decor section.


If you don’t have the opportunity to go out for a rest, you can redecorate your home in order to relax as you deserve. Wood and tones of yellow and green are going to make you travel to paradise.

In and Of the Land, Five Points Gallery

Bryan's work will again be featured at an exhibition at Five Points Gallery entitled "In and Of the Land, Part II". Curated by Ann Finholt, a diverse collection of work by 13 artists will be brought together to underscore an investment in natural surroundings, emphasizing personal vision realized through a dynamic tension between representation and abstraction.

Among Bryan's pieces on display will be woodcuts including Red Acorn, Cedar Branch, Cedar Burl, and more.

The opening reception will be held on Friday January 8th 2016 at 6:00pm and there will be a curator conversation on Friday, January 22nd at 6:00pm. The exhibition will run through February 6th, at 33 Main St in Torrington CT.

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Announcing Woodcut Workwear


BNG Studio is excited to announce the first in our new series entitled Woodcut Workwear! A casual, yet functional line of clothing for the studio, the woods, or wherever the journey of your life, art or work might lead you.

Check out Woodcut Workwear on our Products page. This limited edition first run of Ash will never be made again - get yours before they're gone! Includes Free Shipping!

Five Points Gallery

Bryan's work will be featured at an upcoming exhibition at Five Points Gallery entitled "Print Sale - an eclectic collection of Connecticut Made Prints", curated by Jenni Freidman. Among Bryan's pieces on display will be woodcuts including Sepia and English Oak, as well as several never before seen monotypes.

The opening reception will be held on Friday November 27th 2015 at 6:00pm and the exhibition will run through December 26th, at 33 Main St in Torrington CT.

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20th Retrospective at CCP

Bryan at The Center for Contemporary Printmaking

Bryan at The Center for Contemporary Printmaking

Two of Bryan's most iconic woodcuts will be on display at The Center for Contemporary Printmaking's 20th Retrospective: Highlights From The Past 20 Years. Many of those years were an enormous part of Bryan's life: CCP was his second studio, his second home, and his second family. The techniques he learned, practiced and honed at CCP were critically influential in his process for creating woodcuts.

Bryan was a proud part of the success of CCP's first 20 years and surely would have looked forward in anticipation of the next 20. Please join us in thanking CCP for their contribution to Bryan's art and life by attending CCP's 20th Retrospective and helping celebrate 20 wonderful years! Relaunch


It is with great joy and excitement that I’m announcing the launch of an all new I want to say thank you for your support and encouragement. I have made forward steps with the knowledge that you are all behind me, pushing me gently.

As time goes on, we’ll be publishing more of Bryan’s work on the website, so be sure to subscribe to our Studio Blog for announcements and join our email list. I will also be using Bryan’s Facebook and Twitter accounts as a way to let you know about upcoming events, exhibitions and news. I hope that this will keep us all connected. We have some wonderful things planned for Bryan Nash Gill Studio! Bryan may have left the studio, but his presence still warms the space, and his vision endures to guide us. We hope you’ll join us in continuing the journey Bryan started.

Thank you again!

Skyline Design

Skyline Design continues to produce sustainable architectural glass featuring Bryan's woodcuts. Proudly made in Chicago, Bryan's designs are still part of their mission to create beautiful spaces in an environmentally-conscious way. The progressive techniques they use in their Digital Glass Portfolio allow a woodcut to be printed or etched directly on to the glass, resulting in stunning, wall-sized pieces of architectural glass.


Bryan Nash Gill (1961 - 2013)

Bryan Nash Gill passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on Friday, May 17, 2013.

He was the loving husband of Gina (Kiss) Gill for 12 years. Born in Hartford Hospital on Nov. 3, 1961,
Bryan grew up in Granby and Simsbury, attended Renbrook and then Westminster before earning degrees in Fine Art at Tulane and CCAC in San Francisco. A prolific artist, naturalist and gourmet, Bryan was first and foremost a friend, father and husband of profound generosity, humility and love. He was the kind of person parents want their children to become. A lover of life, endlessly curious, he could be single minded about his work but never at the expense of hospitality and laughter. Though based in New Hartford, Bryan's life was truly global with friends and professional networks across the world. Recently, his work as an artist had gained recognition in publications and exhibitions at an international level and critical success was at hand. He will be deeply missed by many, and lovingly remembered for years. To know Bryan was to know his family, the center of his world.

He is survived by his wife, Gina Kiss and son Forest Nash Gill; his mother, Elizabeth Nash Muench and step-father Thomas of Beaufort South Carolina and North Hero, Vermont; an older brother, Chas Gill, his wife Linda, and their children, Charlie and Caroline of Bowdoinham, Maine; in-laws, Larry Kiss and wife Ann of Westport, and sister-in-law, Denise Schatra and husband Kenneth of Newfane, Vermont. He also leaves step-brothers and sisters; Caren Ross and husband Gordon of New Hartford, Louise Pettit and husband Jim of Atlanta, Georgia; Larry Pratt and wife Reyna of McClean, Virginia; and Alison Forrest and husband Todd of Ridgefield. He was predeceased by his father Charles Fairchild Gill.

Covered in Ink, Smithsonian magazine

When I phoned Bryan Nash Gill last Thursday morning, he was on his way back from a boneyard. The New Hartford, Connecticut-based artist uses the term not in its traditional sense, but instead to describe a good spot for finding downed trees.

“I have a lot of boneyards in Connecticut,” says Gill. “Especially with these big storms that we have had recently. Right now, in the state, the power companies are cutting trees back eight feet from any power line. There is wood everywhere.”


Patagonia's "The Responsible Company"


The Responsible Company features Bryan's woodcut "Red Ash" on the cover.

In The Responsible Company, published by Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, founder and owner of Patagonia, and Vincent Stanley, co-editor of its Footprint Chronicles, draw on their 40 years' experience at Patagonia – and knowledge of current efforts by other companies – to articulate the elements of responsible business for our time.