We are excited to announce that on Saturday afternoon we will be screening our new film ‘Kenneth Tyler: the art of collaboration’ at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra!
In memory of Ed Baynard we share this touching obituary by Marabeth Cohen-Tyler, first published in The New York Times, 22 November 2016
With sadness we share the news that artist Ed Baynard passed away last week on November 8. Baynard was born in Washington DC in 1940 and was known for his still life watercolours, paintings and prints. Baynard worked with Kenneth Tyler and the Tyler Graphics team several times in the 1980s and 1990s, experimenting with …
Artist Frank Stella and master printer Kenneth Tyler played a significant role in the development of twentieth-century American printmaking. Throughout his career, Stella has been a constant adventurer and highwire act, an ‘unstoppable risk-taker’, as collaborator Tyler described him in April this year.
This #TechniqueTuesday we’re sharing behind the scenes insight from Workshop: The Kenneth Tyler Collection about Nancy Graves’s first foray into intaglio printing at Tyler Graphics in 1977, where she produced the Synecdoche series
Julia Greenstreet reveals, behind a ‘biting tongue and searing temper’, the exceptional life of artist-philanthropist Joan Mitchell. A rare woman among the American Abstract Expressionists and a guiding star to many that followed, she was a force to be reckoned with and a potent and generous advocate for the arts, finding powerful expression in the way she lived as much as in her work as a painter and printmaker.
‘Frank Stella: The Kenneth Tyler Collection’ opens at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra on 19 November in the Orde Poynton Gallery, located on Level 2.
Teraoka’s work in both paint and print is distinctive for bringing together the precise and contained style of traditional Japanese woodblock prints, or ukiyo-e, with surprising and often humorous elements of contemporary western life and American pop culture