Ty Anderle

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Ty’s work can best be described as a blending of ethnographic (native Americana, southwestern, Aboriginal, etc.) and contemporary art styles. Not only does he apply color and imagery to canvas but to three-dimensional forms as well, exploring many recyclable materials, as seen in his painted wooden bowls and handmade folk art furniture. He tries to make his art bold and colorful with a touch of whimsy, probably an influence from his days as an active artist in the Chicago Imagist Movement in the early 70's.

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Ty’s work can best be described as a blending of ethnographic (native Americana, southwestern, Aboriginal, etc.) and contemporary art styles. Not only does he apply color and imagery to canvas but to three-dimensional forms as well, exploring many recyclable materials, as seen in his painted wooden bowls and handmade folk art furniture. He tries to make his art bold and colorful with a touch of whimsy, probably an influence from his days as an active artist in the Chicago Imagist Movement in the early 70's.