David Tyer’s Art
The art is the self-expression of oneself. It is the time when one introspects within to exhibit the inner feelings in the best possible fashion.
The Doctor! Abstract painting of Valentino Rossi on his MotoGP Yamaha. Painted on board with a palette knife and acrylic paint
One such artist is David Tyer, whose keen eye and incredible focus to look at things has made him much wanted artist.
His art has multiple styles, few of them are Abstract and Contemporary.
Marc Marquez Repsol Honda. Abstract painting of Mark on his Repsol Honda
There are various paintings that David had painted, and they again fall into the multiple categories like F1 Legends, Motorsports and Originals.
David hails from Corby England. A keen eye for art started at a young age, his early works included watercolour on paper and slate.
Later his primary focus was drawing, which lead him to get a college degree in drafting. After college, he was an apprentice and then a craftsman for British Rail where he worked on the Royal train.
Following his service in the British Army, David moved to British Columbia Canada, where most of his free time was spent on inventing and a patent drawing. In recent years he worked as a heavy-duty mechanic by day and an artist by night.
Current projects include abstract expressionism; working with acrylic paint and palette knife.
Prints for sale are numbered and signed under his pseudonym S60.
For commissions, please get in touch.
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