Tag Archives: Tim Timmerman

Not Being Funny and the History of Roberta Guthrie

So it was a bitter Winter and Spring of loss this year.  In a little over six months I was debilitated by the death (in order) of my sister (December 22), dog Bonny (January 23), dear friend John (May 23), … Continue reading

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“New and Improved!” (and an excuse to post a cute picture)

Yes, after three years there has been a change.  I’ve revamped my website and it’s now in a format that I’ll be making updates and adding new art to it regularly.  Some new things I threw in there are views … Continue reading

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The Knoxville-Rothenburg Sketchbook #10: Scarcity vs Abundance

So some dear friends invited me to a self-help weekend.  It was very lecture heavy, uncomfortably in a hotel conference, and was, well, I would say “tricky,” but there was some good principles that they reminded me of.  The man … Continue reading

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The Knoxville-Rothenburg Sketchbook #9: Figures in Austria

A number of these images were drawn in Austria.  I found it curious that some images of Saints played with scale.  Thus a saint could be holding a whole church in his hand, or I played with the idea that … Continue reading

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The Knoxville-Rothenburg Sketchbook #8: St Christopher

More from Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Germany, a delightful city on the romantic road.  For many students of mine this wonderfully preserved city was their favorite during our travels. It was in many ways what I think we Americans … Continue reading

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The Knoxville-Rothenburg Sketchbook #7: Imperial City Museum

Ah the sketches continue.  Now we are in May of 2012, and welcome to Europe.  Here is a sketch from the Imperial City Museum in Rothenburg, a delightful city on the romantic road in Germany.

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And More John Bennett Photos

Ah- our photography teacher John Bennett continues to take out his I-Phone and shoot odd images of me when we are out and about.  Often at eating establishments.  Here are some curious recent iterations.

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St. Jerome visits the studio

After the holidays here I’m busy getting work done that will be in the “Keeping Vigil” solo exhibition I have at University of Portland that opens Monday on the 10th. The last piece that has been on the docket is … Continue reading

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A taste of the Amory Show in 1913

I am reading a biography on George Bellows and came upon his involvement in the pivotal Armory Exhibition in New York in 1913.   This exhibition would introduce America to all the new trends that were happening in France: Cubisim, Futurism, … Continue reading

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Hopi Kachinas and Philip Curtis

This winter while back in Phoenix, the city I was born and raised in, I was struck that their are two clear influences that I can come up with that I know inspired me visually as a child and subsequently … Continue reading

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