Black & white photograph of Clive TylerA signature Member of the American Impressionist Society and a Master member of the Plein Air Painters of New Mexico. Tyler works in soft pastel on sanded papers. Starting with Plein air, He starts with painting studies on location. Layering colors and focusing on capturing the light of the day. “I have always have enjoyed nature and the feeling it give me” Landscape and Animals in their natural location are some of my favorite views to paint.

Tyler won the 2015 Best Painting at the Buffalo Bill Quick draw 2016 along with people choice award.
His work is included in private and corporate collections and permanent museum collections.
Clive’s work has been included in feature articles in Art of the West, Western Art and Architecture, Southwest Art, and western Art Collector.
Recently published “The Art of Plein Air Painting”

“This is a series of Elk from the The Rockies of the West.  I was able to come across a herd in Colorado and studied and observed them for days, a pleasure to watch great animals in there natural habitat. Capturing movement and the power of wildlife is always a challenge. Showing an idea and personality with a swipe of pastel stroke for me is a success.

Clive Tyler about his work in The Brinton 101