The works of art by Adrian Tuchel are hosted in the Caffè Florian’s Rooms among stuccos and gold leaf mirrors.
Looking to his skylines is like opening a window on the lagoon city: the artist, armed with paper, pencil, and watercolours, catches and fixes coloured snapshot impressions admired for the speed of the sketch and the sheer exuberance of joy in the colours.
The art exhibition includes large stunning panoramic view of the most iconic places of Venice, the result of many years of gifted artistry combined with architectural accomplishment. All this has materialised into in his particular personal style, through research into minimalism in drawing, transparency & brightness. Both his pen & ink drawing and his watercolours represent loved cities, often in unusual dream-like angles, discovered & rediscovered places, seen through his lens of de-constructivism, reducing the view to its essence.
After an art school and architecture studies Adrian Tuchel progressed through diverse styles of artistic works, beginning with abstracts, then dream-like flower compositions and finally architectural landscapes using pencil, ink and watercolour.
Presenting new places and travelling are Adrian’s particular passions; he lives with his family in Cambridge, UK where he has a studio in his garden.
He is a member of the Society of Architect Artists in London, a member of Open Studios, Cambridge, and Turner and Ruskin Societies, London.