John Hyche

John Hyche

A Closer Walk
John Hyche

A Closer Walk

Constant Need
John Hyche

Constant Need

Forward Motion
John Hyche

Forward Motion

Passing Emotion
John Hyche

Passing Emotion

Action
John Hyche

Action

Current Balance
John Hyche

Current Balance

Greatest Desire
John Hyche

Greatest Desire

Recommit
John Hyche

Recommit

Breaking Free
John Hyche

Breaking Free

Driving Force
John Hyche

Driving Force

Hesitated
John Hyche

Hesitated

Retrieve
John Hyche

Retrieve

Captured
John Hyche

Captured

Falling Apart
John Hyche

Falling Apart

Obsession
John Hyche

Obsession

Subdued
John Hyche

Subdued

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Bio

A native of Birmingham, John Hyche attended public schools where he remembers taking only one art course. Even then, however, his painting was abstract. Though he maintained an interest in art, it would be some thirty-five years before he returned to his love of art, and it wasn't long before he returned to abstraction. On canvases as well as works on paper, John displays how compositions of lines, shapes and colors, oftentimes with the addition of objects such as newsprint, cardboard, sandpaper, netting and sand, can possess aesthetic qualities in their own right. His masterful handling of the formal elements of his art is further matched by the universal expressive qualities with which he imbues his work. His work hangs in numerous private and corporate collections including Compass Bank, Eason, Graham and Sandner, Inc., Burr and Foreman Attorneys, Winston Groom (author of Forest Gump), and Camryn Manheim (The Practice).

John Hyche
<p>A native of Birmingham, John Hyche attended public schools where he remembers taking only one art course. Even then, however, his painting was abstract. Though he maintained an interest in art, it would be some thirty-five years before he returned to his love of art, and it wasn&#39;t long before he returned to abstraction. On canvases as well as works on paper, John displays how compositions of lines, shapes and colors, oftentimes with the addition of objects such as newsprint, cardboard, sandpaper, netting and sand, can possess aesthetic qualities in their own right. His masterful handling of the formal elements of his art is further matched by the universal expressive qualities with which he imbues his work. His work hangs in numerous private and corporate collections including Compass Bank, Eason, Graham and Sandner, Inc., Burr and Foreman Attorneys, Winston Groom (author of Forest Gump), and Camryn Manheim (The Practice).</p>
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