Vail gallery owner closes doors, but looks to new projects

6th July, 2014 by

By Melanie Wong

EDWARDS — Jim Tylich leans over an unframed Ovanes Beberian oil painting and carefully examines the image of bright spring flowers sitting in a rounded vase. “Look at the richness of the color. Also this kind of fat stroke of color on top of another color creates a depth and roundness,” he said, gently touching the surface of a petal. These are the touches of a master, or maybe a master in the making, he said. Tylich, of Vail Fine Art, has made an entire career out of recognizing these qualities, and he’s filled his galleries and office with thousands …

Source: Vail Daily Feed



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