Heinz Trückl was born in Schwanenstadt, Austria in 1958. He became a trader apprentice in 1977, and exhibited for the first time at “Gastronome” in Lenzing, Upper Austria in 1983. His first solo touring exhibit was in 1998 at the Casino of Salzburg (castle Kleßheim) where he received an award of the "status of art" by the republic of Austria. This exhibit toured in the same year to Ambiente, Frankfurt; Macef, Milano; Abitare, Verona; and the Baltimore Hotel, Miami. The following year he exhibited in Kitzbühel; Schlossberg, Graz; Fehlinger Design, Linz; Ponte Design, Prag; and Soho, London. His first major projects were in spring of 2000 the “Cashflow” in Sparkasse, Linz, and “FIS” chamois of Kitzbühel in cooperation with Swarovski. The furniture-trade fair in Tokyo represented him with the system “eat with art”, and Kitzbühel’s “Fragile Cycle” and “Paletti”. In 2003 he was one of the founders of the "ARGE Zeitenblicke", and the Attersee-project concerning "Gustav Klimt". Shortly after he joined with the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) in Munich, and during that time he began avidly exhibiting throughout Europe in Kitzbühel with the “ESC Stockholm”; Barcelona; and “Galerie Zwach” in Seewalchen Attersee, Austria. Most recently he has exhibited the "Tour de vin" in Langenlois , NÖ; Vienna; Fornach, OÖ; Paris; and Amsterdam.