Alan Wylie (1938 - April 2022) | Artist Video Interview

Here was a person whose every fibre worked in concert, decade after decade, with the singular purpose of creating art. He loved it all so much.

 

Side by Side |  Major Show with Mike Svob, Sep. & Oct. 2011

Timeless |  Major Group Show, Sep. 2019 

Alan has participated in innumerable solo and group exhibitions, and has created large murals in and on the exteriors of public buildings. He moved to British Columbia in 1973 and married his wife, artist Janice Robertson, in the early 1990s.

View Alan Wylie's Collection 

 

 

Janice Robertson & Alan Wylie

Video created by Peter Segnitz. Music: (1) Acoustic Guitar 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license Artist (2) Long Road Ahead by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license  Source: click here (3) Lullaby Bye, by Freedom Trail (4) Studio Flickering, by VYEN (5) Lightning Bugs, by Geography

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