Recently, David Tycho has been painting his Urban Rhythms series, originally inspired by the dynamism of Tokyo but now embracing a more general theme. He is also experimenting with collage techniques. David has exhibited his works in Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, Penticton, Whistler, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Seattle, Los Angeles, Brussels, Geneva, Singapore and Manila, and his work is collected on three continents. His paintings have also appeared in numerous feature films. In addition to painting, Tycho is an often-published writer of articles on art, social issues and wilderness travel, and winner of a Canadian Literary Award for a personal essay on Nevada’s Great Basin Desert. He has also contributed to two books, written nine screenplays, two novels, and numerous short stories. He has frequently been interviewed on radio, television and for print media.
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