‘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.
The art world mourns the loss of American abstractionist Ellsworth Kelly, who passed away on 27 December 2015 at the age of 92.
We are very excited to announce that our new show Behind the scenes: Tyler Graphics at work is now open! The exhibition presents elaborate graphic artworks from a diverse range of artists in the context of their making.
Objects Conservator Sarah Mchugh shares with us the painstaking process of treating Profile Airflow, which took two years to complete
Spanning nearly four decades, the history of the Tyler workshops is a rich and complex one, weaving together artists, printers, papermakers, industry collaborators, photographers, writers, film makers, curators, family and friends. Over the years, many of these people sat, mused and even worked in an antique barber’s chair carefully selected by Ken Tyler for the …
Anthony Kirk was head of the etching department at Tyler Graphics from 1988 until 2000. Here, Kirk reflects on his experiences at TGL
As a close friend, I’ve been exceptionally fortunate to have known Bill for fifty two years. We collaborated on various print and sculptural projects from 1963 to 2000. He was a talented artist, excelling as a draftsman, sculptor and printmaker.
Robert Zakanitch – a key exponent of the 1970s Pattern and Decoration movement – arrived at Tyler Graphics in 1979 with little printmaking experience. Despite this, by 1981 he had produced six editions and two large series of unique paper pulp works featuring floral motifs and curvilinear forms in vibrant colours.