Tim’s work is 3-D, spatial sculpture that generally begins on a constructive surface Tim builds upon. Sometimes he paints or collages on the surface. He uses electro-mechanical, time-related aspects as well, but right now he is making an effort to reduce these elements. “I’m returning to working on panels,” he says. “For artistic reasons, I’m in a reductive phase with my work.”
Tim’s art career has taken him up and down the West Coast, from Oregon to Alaska to California. He
What do you do now? Has your art evolved or changed?
It meant bacon saving!
What is one piece of advice you would give to an emerging artist?
In 2000, I received an award for sculpture. While I still do 3D, spatial works my art is moving to painting on panel. Go to my website to see what I’m doing: http://tryan.carbonmade.com
Briefly, how would you describe the state of the arts locally, as well as national and beyond?
Don't waste money on art school.
Locally, few venues. Nationally, inbred.