“The work you do while you procrastinate is probably the work you should be doing for the rest of your life.” ― Jessica Hische. I stumbled upon this quote a few years ago in the midst of some overwhelming personal turmoil. I knew I needed to be more creative to improve my mental health but didn't know what to do. After reading the above quote I soon remembered that in high school I spent the majority of my time doing Celtic doodles instead of taking notes. Then, when I would come home to try and do my homework, I would find myself doing more Celtic doodles. In September of 2013 - after a break of over 10 years - I started doing Celtic doodles again, but this time around I provided myself with a space of complete artistic freedom. Very quickly the artwork began to evolve, as if I was making up for all the years I was supposed to be drawing but never did. To me, each piece I have completed is a snapshot of a particular aspect of my life that has itself evolved for the better. In this way I get to express 2-dimensionally and instantaneously a process of my life. I get to freeze time. I get to turn a verb into a noun. To me, this is the magic of art and the magic I want people to feel when they look at the art that has come through me.
Tyler's ArtPrize Entries
These are Tyler's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Tyler's Past Work
These are images of past work that Tyler has done.