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Tyler Burton brings an intuitive sense of complexity and stillness to her large-scale sculptures and mixed media pieces. Her work brings attention to important and timely issues in striking yet subtle ways. 

Inspired by growing up in rural California, Burton’s use of both natural materials and found objects evokes beauty while urgently highlighting environmental crises. Working with a range of media including large cyanotype installations, cast porcelain and concrete objects, ceramic forms and found object sculpture, Burton uses the power of art to draw attention and explore solutions to issues like the disappearance of the Salton Sea, global warming, and plastics consumption.

Tyler Burton received her BFA from Brooks Institute of Photography and is the recipient of four Artists’ Residencies at The Banff Art Centre in Canada. She is represented by several galleries in the U.S. Her work is collected nationally and internationally and has been exhibited at The American Museum of Ceramic Art and The Whyte Museum of Canada. Burton lives and works in Los Angeles and Palm Springs.



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