I grew up with art... In a way, all of us do, but I mean my Mom is an oil painter.  My earliest lessons were spent with her around the kitchen table, with her working on a landscape and me drawing dinosaurs.  Hmm- seems like some things never change... I got serious about getting good at drawing when I was 11 and did it constantly, I loved it even when it was frustrating.  I actually became kind of a hermit when I was a teenager, I would tell my friends I was busy on the weekends because I wanted to work on my art in peace.  When I met my wife to be, the first thing we bonded over was art, so that sealed the deal.  Fast forward, uh, a few years... For a time, I put art on the back burner because I was working a job up to 80 hours a week, and it was pretty foul.  After I improved my job situation, I knew I needed to get back to my first love, so here I am!


You can reach me by phone at the number on the right, and by email at tyler@tylerblakeart.com.  Those are the two easiest ways to get ahold of me, and you can also find me on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.  

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Roosevelt, Utah 84066
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Historically Accurate Tshirt
Historically Accurate Tshirt
Never underestimate the value of being Historically Accurate! ... Or Ironic! This shirt is perfect for at least three different kinds of nerd, so pick one up for yourself and two friends!


I have some free stuff for you!  All subscribers get Killing Them Softly, the first short comic collaboration from my brother Chad and I.  It's in a fantasy setting and has a sword fight that we're Very Proud Of.  Also, you get my illustrated edition of The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar by Edgar Allen Poe, which I think is his finest horror story.  I'm very proud of it but he can't be reached for comment.  Finally, you get my set of printable postcards from the imaginary vacation you took to an imaginary town- Innsmouth!  For fans of H.P. Lovecraft, the postcards highlight significant characters and locations from the story The Shadow Over Innsmouth.  

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