This 2012 print by Matthew Tyson is from a limited edition of 35. It arrives set in a gesso-and-wood frame that is hand-finished in lemon silver by craftsmen using traditional 17th-century Florentine techniques.
Matthew Tyson's work is characterized by a bold use of color and minimal style in the tradition of color field painting. He employs Japanese philosophies such as 'wabi' (simplicity and transience) and the notion of balance and counterbalance to initiate engagement with viewers, allowing for personal interpretation of any underlying message. With striking vibrancy, the visual symmetry offers a highly pleasing contemporary composition.