Byron Tik’s painting The Lovers is part of his latest exhibition in Byron.
Byron Tik’s painting The Lovers is part of his latest exhibition in Byron.

Byron's search for light

Byron Tik moved to Byron in 2004. Before that he’d spent many years in Holland and some time in Perth working with his dad, a classical painter.

He established his art studio in the Arts Factory Village, where he facilitated creative art classes combining life drawing with live music and video projections.

Last year he decided to head to the hills of Nimbin with his family and focus purely on creating his magic in the studio. Byron has embraced concepts in spiritual art, looking at duality, ego, identity, love and freedom.

Byron Tik’s most recent works have been influenced by the lightplay of the sacred geometry glass work at Zakay Glass Gallery in Byron, which is where he will be unveiling his latest creations this Friday, March 26, at 6pm. These works have involved using a lot of paint, applying thick layers with a palette knife.

His exhibition runs till May 5.

For more info phone Zakay Glass Gallery on 6685 6225.


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