Zen 605 Siobhan's Dog

"Tim's practice is rooted in intuitive drawing. He makes layers of lines and dots using ink, marker, and paint in ways that are simultaneously systematic and surprising. In the past, Tim's artwork was often titled in reference to architectural interiors. He frequently refers to the grid shapes in his compositions as "windows." Tim's current series of work is named after his cousin, Siobhan, and her dog, Zen, who are important figures in Tim's life."

- Pearl Corry, Teaching Artist at Center for Creative Works

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