Tyler Scheidt (b. 1988) is a San Francisco-based painter whose abstract works explore the relationship between objects, space, and the human experience. Tyler’s multilayered paintings evolve organically with dynamic ranges of texture, form, color, and collage. Working intuitively, Tyler’s paintings allude to plant life, horizon lines, and gradient light spectrums suspended within his illusionistic paint surface.
Exhibited at Minnesota Street Project, 2021
Featured in New American Paintings, 2018
Two-person exhibition, Electric Fuzz, Cornell University, 2017