Drew Tyndell is a creative who blurs art and architecture. The son of an architect, it is clear that his sphere of influence started close to home. Spending much time on construction sites as a child collecting and playing with wood scraps, he is now essentially doing the same thing – but with a great amount of skill and acclaim.
Put simply, Tyndell creates works out of painted wood blocks. His most recent work ‘Repair’ is a study of homes and buildings under construction. His previous work were small studies of cabins, shacks, duplexes and beach houses.
There is something so appealing about his work – there is a satisfying sense of resolution, of a solved puzzle. And then there is his particularly striking colour palette of soft pinks, inky blues, dusty greys, mustard yellows, vivid watermelon and natural timber.
Beautiful, and completely collectable.
Credits: Drew Tyndell