Painting life with color, pattern, and compassion
Brett Dyer was born in Dallas and relocated to East Texas when he was still in elementary school where he was raised. After high school Brett attended Kilgore Junior College for two years under a full scholarship for his talents and creativity in art. Brett received a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in painting and printmaking from The University of Texas at Tyler, and a Masters of Fine Arts degree in painting and intermedia arts from Texas Woman's University in Denton.
Brett currently lives and works in Dallas where he exhibits nationally and works as an art professor teaching courses at North Lake College. He also teaches private workshops at various art centers and museums, and has previously taught at El Centro College, Tarrant County College, and Collin College. He has won multiple awards for teaching and for his art. Recently he was named the 2015-2016 Presidential Scholar of North Lake College. He has also won mural competitions in which he painted large murals in both Deep Ellum and Irving. He aims to someday own a gallery of his own exhibiting student and upcoming artists' work. He continues to create in various media, and he vows to never stop.