Gurevich Fine Art is pleased to announce the addition of talented West Coast-based artist Neil Peter Dyck to our artist roster.
Through the melding of paint and collage, Dyck’s ethereal, fragmented compositions are the result of reducing, enhancing and concealing abstract forms, a multi-layered process that simultaneously exposes an expressive freedom and calculated restraint. The juxtaposition of vast, flat prairies against the ancient rocky peaks of the Canadian west coast find a place on painted wood panels, leaving the viewer traveling between the two.
Dyck has exhibited across Canada, including in the Toronto International Art Fair. He was awarded the Heinz Jordan Prize in Painting in both 2004 and 2005 and the Artist in Residence in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories in 2016. His work is appreciated worldwide, featuring in collections across Canada, Turkey, Switzerland and in The Official Residence of the Consul General in Shanghai.