Tim was born in Dayton, Ohio but raised in Spencer, Indiana. He attended Purdue University and obtained an Associate Degree in Industrial Illustration. After a few years working for a sign company, drawing maps and doing some product design, he spent almost 40 years managing plastic injection molding plants producing automotive and medical products. Over the course of his manufacturing career he has lived in Indiana, Wisconsin, Kentucky and Nebraska. In addition, he has traveled all over the U.S. and to several foreign countries. Today he lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Upon his retirement in 2014, he was enticed back into creating artwork through the gift of watercolor paints and supplies from his adult children. After a few lessons from fellow Shelby Art Guild Association member, Rebecca Campbell, he was back up and running.
Today Tim works primarily in watercolor but does some work in other media occasionally. His work is very detailed as a result of his technical illustration background. Subject matter can be very diverse but usually involves things that remind him growing up in Indiana or memories of his travels. Tim likes paintings hint at a story or evoke an emotion. He has also presented classes on Beginning Watercolor Techniques, Perspective for Artists, and Matting & Framing at the Shelby Art Guild Association Gallery.
His artwork can be seen regularly at the Shelby Art Guild Association Gallery in Shelbyville, Indiana, at the Southside Art League’s Off Broadway Gallery in Greenwood, Indiana, at the Dragonfly Gallery in Spencer, Indiana and at Generations Art & Frame in Franklin, Indiana. He works primarily out of a studio in his house in Indianapolis, Indiana and is available for commission work. • Shelby Art Guild Association (SAGA) • Southside Art League • Watercolor Society of Indiana • Indiana Heritage Arts
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