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About David Tycho
David was born in Vancouver and attended the University of British Columbia, where he studied painting under renowned Canadian artist Gordon Smith.
For the past 30 years, Tycho’s painting 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 locations ranging from pristine wilderness to urban sprawl.
David has exhibited his work in New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Geneva, Brussels, Zurich, Singapore, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, and his paintings are collected worldwide.
B. Ed., Visual Arts Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 1983
Diploma, Film Production, Vancouver Film School, Vancouver, Canada, 2004
2017 The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn Expo Center, New York, U.S.A.
2015 Art Vancouver, Convention Centre, Vancouver, Canada
2014 Paint the City Project, March - April: paintings projected on 22 giant digital billboards in Toronto,Vancouver and Montreal, Canada
2020 Urbania, Ian Tan Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2018 Fire and Rain, South Main Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2017 Station to Station, South Main Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2016 Metropolis, South Main Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2015 Urban Rhapsody, B.C. Supreme Courthouse, Vancouver, Canada
2013 Urban Rhythms, Parker Street Studios, Vancouver, Canada
2012 The Japan Series, Parker Street Studios, Vancouver, Canada
2011 The Vital Gesture, Petley Jones Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2010 The Vital Gesture, Gallery I.M.A., Seattle, U.S.A.
2008 The River Series, Petley Jones Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2007 Black Tusk, Petley Jones Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2006 Recent Works, GBR Foundation, Manila, Philippines
1998 Elements II, Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, U.S.A.
1998 Elements II, Simon Patrich Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
1996 Elements, Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, U.S.A.
1995 Rain Shadow, Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, U.S.A.
1995 Primordial, City of Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, Canada
1994 Earth and Sky, Patrick Doheny Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
1993 The Archetype Series, Alexander Gallery, Vancouver, Canada