Hold Steady

Hold Steady, Tim Timmerman, 4/10, oil on wood with reclaimed wood and lumber, assemblage, cast glass, and ceramic with oil finish.

Here is one of the completed new pieces. Some elements of this should look very familiar (the painting was posted a couple months back).

My friend Melanie Hulbert hit the nail on the head when she said to me at the recent opening in Salem, “What are these about Tim?  The tornadoes are both beautiful and terrifing.”  To which I replied “Exactly.”

Detail of "Hold Steady," This figure should look familiar, as it, and the painting were an inspiration for the monoprint I did of the same charachters and landscape last fall.

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Visual Artist Brother Sojourner College Professor Christ follower
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2 Responses to Hold Steady

  1. Kathy Farmer says:

    I agree with Melanie! Also… a lot of elements in your art brought up the question …were you inspired by the author L. Frank Baum? “We” are curious…

  2. Crystal Ayala says:

    It makes me happy to see pieces you worked on in class in a complete setting.

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