Birmingham painter Victor Pytko’s work displayed in the Oakland County Executive Building

Birmingham artist Victor Pytko will feature 20 of his paintings at the Oakland County Executive Building in Waterford through Nov. 7.

The exhibition, A Collection of Paintings by Victor Pytko, features multimedia paintings of local sites with elements ranging from impressionism to expressionism. “I selected the pieces in this show because in each I wanted to reveal something about the world as I saw it, related to it, or wished it to be.  Making the expression was the goal.” Literature by the artist is featured alongside the artwork.

Victor Pytko studied at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, Toledo Art Institute, Monroe Community College, Ann Arbor Art Association, Canton Art Institute, and Indiana University.  He has recently received awards at the Birmingham Festival of the Arts and an artist residency with the Glen Arbor Art Association. He is also accredited with creating private art collections and exhibiting artwork across the state. He has exhibited in numerous galleries including Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, CAID, CPOP Gallery, Octane Studios, BooMa Gallery, Sense Design, Studio 601, and the Ellen Kayrod Gallery. Pytko is a resident of Birmingham with a studio in the Pioneer Building in Detroit.

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