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Subterranean Rhapsody in Red and Green

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2021

Acrylic on canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 125cm (H) x 125cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 49.2" (H) x 49.2" (W) x 1.6" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Acrylic on canavs
Framed - 125 x 125 x 4 cm

David Tycho is a Canadian artist born in 1959 who lives & works in Vancouver, Canada. He attended the University of British Columbia, where he studied painting under renowned Canadian artist Gordon Smith. After graduating, David moved to Asia for four years, an experience which had a deep and lasting effect on his art. Tycho had his first solo show in 1993 in his hometown of Vancouver. Since then, his art has straddled the genres of abstraction and representation, at times more experimental and intuitive and at other times more reflective of his surroundings. His works are inspired by subjects ranging from pristine wilderness to urban sprawl, to the people he encounters in his daily life. In addition to painting, in 2020, Tycho began working with photography and digital media, resulting in digital composite images printed on aluminum.

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Born: 1959

Hometown: Vancouver

Based in: Vancouver, Canada

David Tycho is a Canadian artist born in 1959 who lives & works in Vancouver, Canada. He attended the University of British Columbia, where he studied painting under renowned Canadian artist Gordon Smith. After graduating, David moved to Asia for four years, an experience which had a deep and lasting effect on his art. Tycho had his first solo show in 1993 in his hometown of Vancouver. Since then, his art has straddled the genres of abstraction and representation, at times more experimental and intuitive and at other times more reflective of his surroundings. His works are inspired by subjects ranging from pristine wilderness to urban sprawl, to the people he encounters in his daily life. In addition to painting, in 2020, Tycho began working with photography and digital media, resulting in digital composite images printed on aluminum.


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