Tyler Armstrong

B. 1983 - Toronto, Canada

Upcoming Shows


Solo Exhibitions 
2014 – 1983, Goodfellas Gallery, Toronto
2013 – Unknown Pleasures, Goodfellas Gallery, Toronto
2012 – Guillotine Dreams, Goodfellas Gallery, Toronto

Group Exhibitions
2018 - Ghosts of Electricity - Smoke The Moon, Los Angeles
2018 - Simmer 3 - The Costume House, Toronto
2018 - Summer School - Assembly Gallery, Hamilton
2018 - GIFC (Got It For Cheap) - The Costume House, Toronto
2018 - Simmer 2, The Costume House, Toronto
2018 - Hey Y'all, OnlyOne Gallery, Toronto
2017 - Salon Show, The Sussex Contemporary, Ottawa
2017 - Hangnail, 183 Geary Ave, Toronto
2017 - Inaugural Group Show, The Sussex Contemporary, Ottawa
2017 - Simmer, 165 Geary Ave, Toronto
2016 - Keepers, Forest City Gallery, London
2016 - A Hanging, Toronto
2016 - Spring Training, Only One Gallery, Toronto
2016 - Full Spectrum, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga
2016 - New Beginnings, Northern Contemporary, Toronto
2015 - In Kind Group Show & Fundraiser, Forest City Gallery, London
2015 - Summer Group Show, Angell Gallery, Toronto

2015 - Tags On Cups, The Black Cat Gallery, Toronto
2015 – Local Flora, Hashtag Gallery, Toronto
2014 – Animals of Mass Extinction, Steam Whistle Gallery, Toronto
2013 – Let it Burn, Hashtag Gallery, Toronto
2013 – Paradise Lost, The Gladstone Hotel, Toronto

2013 – Borderline, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga
2013 – The Cat’s Meow, Hashtag Gallery, Toronto
2012 – Neck of the Woods, Norman Felix Gallery, Toronto
2012 – Darkness, Milk Glass Gallery, Toronto
2012 – By The Pound, Goodfellas Gallery, Toronto
2012 – S.A.S.S., Rustic Owl, Toronto
2011 – Art Market, 99 Sudbury, Toronto

Benefits and Auctions
2017 - VIBE Arts For Children and Youth, Spoke Club, Toronto (curated by Angell Gallery)
2016 - Keepers, Sales and Gallery Benefit, Forest City Gallery, London
2016 - VIBE Arts For Children and Youth, Spoke Club, Toronto (curated by Angell Gallery)

2015 – VIBE Arts For Children and Youth, Angell Gallery, Toronto
2014 – Recovery + Resolve, Creatures Creating Gallery, Toronto
2013 – Paint The Halls, Women’s College Hospital Fundraiser, Toronto
2012 – One Less Paper Cup, The Mascot, Toronto
2012 - UpLIft Benefit for Africa (Ryan's Well Foundation), Toronto

Tyler Armstrong is a Canadian artist living and working out of Burlington Ontario enveloped in highly expressive figurative and still life acrylic and oil based paintings and drawings. He has showcased work in solo and group exhibitions in Toronto, Ottawa, Mississauga and London. In 2013, he was invited to show work in Borderline, a group show at the Living Arts Center in Mississauga alongside a roster of contemporary emerging and mid-level career artists. In that same year he exhibited a two week long show at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto, entitled Paradise Lost. In 2012, Tyler presented his first solo show in Toronto at Goodfellas Gallery; he would go on to have consecutive solo shows in 2013 and 2014 in the same space respectively. Tyler joined Angell Gallery's 2015 Summer Group Show and Forest City Gallery’s annual member group show and fundraiser. He has participated in the VIBE Arts auction since 2015, an organization that benefits youth arts in Toronto curated exclusively by Angell Gallery. In 2016, Tyler was included and co-curated the group exhibit, Full Spectrum, at the Living Arts Center in Mississauga as well as the group exhibit Spring Training at OnlyOne Gallery in Toronto. In 2017, Tyler’s painting ‘Hypocrite’ was chosen by Spanish publisher, Fulgencio Pimentel, to be featured on the cover of author Ruben Lardin’s latest novel, “La hora atomica” (The Atomic Hour). He was included in the Sussex Contemporary’s inaugural month long group show in Ottawa. In 2017 and 2018, Tyler created three consecutive group shows of emerging and mid-level career artists under the banner ‘Simmer’ and all three shows were hosted by The Costume House in Toronto. He was also included in the group show ‘Summer School’ held at The Assembly Gallery in Hamilton and curated by artist Andy DeCola. July of 2018 Tyler participated in the Toronto edition of ‘Got It For Cheap’ (traveling series of group shows including 750+ artists) curated by Andre Ethier.