Bryce Hall was born in 1929 in Adelaide, where his mother was from.
He studied at the Royal College of Art, and later worked for the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
In the 1970s, Hall was a teacher at the Adelaide School of Art and Design.
He spent three years in Australia, where he taught in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney.
He returned to Adelaide in 1991 and took over the head of the department at the school.
After graduating from the school, he started a successful solo career as a commercial illustrator.
In 2001, he was appointed the Chief Creative Officer of the Adelaide Arts Centre, and was responsible for designing the new art gallery.
His paintings are in the collection of the Royal Albert Hall.
He was the recipient of the prestigious Art in the Arts Prize in 2011.
His latest work is ‘The Black Madonna’, a work of sculpture by the American artist James A. Burns.