Dan Tuttle

Dan Tuttle is a native of Seattle, and attended Seattle public schools, and, briefly, the University of Washington and California College of Arts and Crafts.  In 1977, he and his family moved to rural Chelan County, where he has worked in printmaking, graphics, woodcarving, watercolor, pastel and oils, at his studio next to his home. He periodically holds open house exhibits at his studio, which includes Peshastin Creek Gallery.

Until 1975 his media of choice were blockprint and watercolor, and subject matter urban decay and abstraction. From 1976 through 1990, he concentrated on serigraphy and freelance graphic work. He began to do large work in oil and pastel around 1990, taking the imagery from the forests and mountains of North Central Washington, the stark land forms of the Columbia Basin and, since his travels to Ireland and Scotland, the landscapes and antiquities of those places.

Since 2003, he has produced a series of relief prints in small editions using the reduction technique. In 2006, he began to paint in acrylics, using calligraphic elements as content and design.

Website: http://www.dantuttleart.com
Email: dantuttle@dantuttleart.com
Phone: (509) 548-5779
Address: 5552 Campbell Road Peshastin, WA 98847



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