Tyler James Bush | Strange Manor – September 2011
I have been described as a Modern Renaissance Man because of my wide range of interests and talents. I'm eager to learn new traits, and I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty. The arts are my passion, and since a young age, I have been building and creating in a myriad of mediums. Whether I'm working at a desk, in a shop or outdoors, I'm comfortable using the tools necessary to get the job done. I hold degrees in Small Business Management and Computer Animation, and for the past 14 years, I have owned and run a multimedia company. I'm confident I can do any job I apply myself to—and do it well.
Tyler James Bush, Artist, Boise, Idaho, Los Angeles, Deer Lady's, Deer Ladies, Claytown, Clay, Modern Renditions
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Strange Manor – September 2011

Multimedia art installation with live models

Tyler James Bush rented a Victorian mansion on 2nd and Jefferson Streets and curated the inaugural “Home on the Strange” exhibit.

“I decided that the best way to display my art was to create my own gallery, Strange Manor. To create the scene, I took over a three-story Victorian mansion in Boise, ID. This is the first time the Deer Ladies welcome visitors into their home, which is indeed strange. People arriving at the house were serenaded by a Deer Lady on the large porch and as they entered, they were asked to wait in the foyer, which maintained an outdoor feel. Greeted by Ventriloquist Dummies as guides, the doors opened to the rest of the house. The first room was the projection room, where visitors were bombarded with visuals and messages. Next was the trophy room, with a mystical white deer couple—notice: one was male. This was the first and only introduction of the Deer Man. Utilizing two live models, I portrayed a living antlered sculpture. Across from them were figurines of these two Deer People. Last was the plate room. The inspiration behind the plate room came from my grandmother. Collecting plates is a lost art. This is where I displayed hundreds of redesigned vintage China plates from the Deer Ladies series."

–Tyler James Bush


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SPECIAL THANKS

Nancy Lemas & Commercial Northwest

 Sally Freeman
Bemoni Alidjani & New Frontier
Denise Joy and Ella’s Room
Rick Jackson & Blue Dog Framing
Jed Lloyd
Christopher Andrew
Timothy Ransom
Jade Hassen
Derek Fisher
Andy Hedden-Nicely
Jared Meyer
Jason Gates
Jessi Strong
Lance Whitney
Shea Sutton
Michael Rotchford
Zephyr Barnes
Zinnia Barnes
&
My Parents
Candi Applegate & Harley Bush