"Plea", Tim Timmerman, 27 1/2" x 24 1/2" x 4 1/2", oil on board, assemblage, reclaimed wood and lumber, painted ceramic, found object; 4/10

Here is the finished piece “Plea” that uses the painting that was featured in the March 10th post.  These works developed quite organically for me.  The small ceramic figure I had made about a year ago and intended to use in a totally different piece, and yet when I placed him in front of this tornado, I knew I had a relationship between the two pieces that I had to use.

The legs were bought in the fall at a architectural salvage place in Aurora, as well as the crucifix (from Belgium) that I got at an antique shop in downtown Portland.  I have been reading the Psalms often as of late and found them bubbling up in the context of the final piece.

"Plea" detail

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3 Responses to Plea

  1. Jenn Perez says:

    Love it! Is it installed somewhere already, or could we “borrow” it this Thursday morning or next? NFC’s Women’s Bible Fellowship has been studying the Psalms this semester.

    • abiggerworldyet says:

      Hey Jen- it’s in an exhibit down in Salem till the end of June (see an earlier post or the “What’s up” tab). Thanks for the nice comment!

  2. Jenn Perez says:

    Great, I’ll send people down there to see it (and figure out a time when we can get down there ourselves)!

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