We stop by the San Francisco studio of printmaker-turned-painter Tyler Scheidt to get a closer look at his material-rich paintings.
“Often my paintings are never planned. Rather, they begin to develop intuitively by allowing spatial relationships to form organically through a process of many painted layers over time.”
“For me, painting is a slow process. I often work with layers of oil paint, similar to a collage-like process. Each layer informs the next.”
“Utilizing printmaking, collage and painting, this piece in particular gives the sense of an ambiguous combination of landscape and figure.”