John Hyche

John Hyche

Artwork

Barriers, 2018
John Hyche

Barriers, 2018

24 x 20 in

Hesitated
John Hyche

Hesitated

24 x 36 in

Lasting Solution
John Hyche

Lasting Solution

30 x 40 in

Restructure, 2018
John Hyche

Restructure, 2018

60 x 48 in

Stablize
John Hyche

Stablize

48 x 36 in

Dependence, 2018
John Hyche

Dependence, 2018

48 x 36 in

Hidden
John Hyche

Hidden

12 x 12 in

Mislead
John Hyche

Mislead

24 x 30 in

Retrieve, 2018
John Hyche

Retrieve, 2018

24 x 18 in

Subduded, 2018
John Hyche

Subduded, 2018

40 x 30 in

Distance, 2018
John Hyche

Distance, 2018

24 x 18 in

Intently
John Hyche

Intently

48 x 48 in

Misplaced, 2018
John Hyche

Misplaced, 2018

40 x 30 in

Risky, 2018
John Hyche

Risky, 2018

48 x 36 in

Total Change, 2019
John Hyche

Total Change, 2019

54 x 39 in

Empowering, 2019
John Hyche

Empowering, 2019

48 x 60 in

Last Call, 2019
John Hyche

Last Call, 2019

40 x 30 in

Quiet Moments, 2018
John Hyche

Quiet Moments, 2018

48 x 60 in

Solution, 2018
John Hyche

Solution, 2018

24 x 36 in

Trapped
John Hyche

Trapped

12 x 12 in

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John Hyche
A native of Birmingham, AL, 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 35 years and retirement from his first career before he returned to his love of art. His first attempt at returning to art was to take a short course in realistic painting, but it was not long before he returned to abstraction. John’s masterful abstractions are among the most sought-after paintings by collectors in the southeast as well as nationally. His self-taught style is one in which lines, shapes and colors, along with the addition of found materials come together in expressive and passionate canvases. John was formerly the director of an art gallery in Birmingham until 1997 when he decided to pursue his love of painting full-time. His works hang in numerous private and corporate collections including Compass Bank, Eason Graham & Sander, Inc., Ray and Co., Burr & Foreman, Attorneys, and Winston Groom, author of Forrest Gump.
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