Gómez, Edward M.
May 2011
Art & Antiques;May2011, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p72
The article features painter Valton Tyler. The recurring recollections and other vivid images of the Texas City Disaster 1947 influenced him and his works. Claude C. Albritton III, creator and head of the committee of the McKinney Avenue Contemporary ("The MAC") has allocated various original paintings from Tyler. Tyler is a self-educated artist, a competent draftsman and painter. Tyler utilizes the glazing method in his paintings which is linked with the Renaissance painters.


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