Black Tusk: Variations on a Theme
Opening reception Nov 22, 2007 6pm-8pm
Exhibition continues to Dec 8, 2007
David Tycho’s abstracted landscapes are based on his frequent backpacking treks to the cinder flats, lava flows and ice fields on and around Black Tusk, an extinct volcano near Whistler B.C. Tycho uses the oxidizing black basalt, white snow, blue sky and glacial lakes as reference points from which he departs on a journey where many of the original elements are submerged under intuitive aesthetic impulses and his love of painterly expressionism.
David has exhibited in Vancouver, Victoria, Whistler, Edmonton, Seattle, Los Angeles, Geneva, Brussels and Manila, and his work is collected worldwide.