graduated with his mfa from illinois state university in 2011, tim maintains a full-time studio practice from home in minonk, il. tim has participates in a steady stream of juried, group, invitational, and solo exhibitions. he has received the presidential scholarship at anderson ranch arts center, merwin medal: mclean county 82nd annual amateur show, and best of show: water street studios anniversary show. tim’s work can be seen in private collections, university collections, and in a recent american craft magazine article. tim
pathetic, absurd, antiquated, banal or even garbage are words that best describe the objects i am drawn to. these types of objects hold my attention because of the stories they can tell and what they can mean. many times i find objects at thrift stores, yard sales or the side of the road. i am collector, picker and poet that sculpts, forms, designs and constructs sculptures with sense of purpose, priority, and preciousness. i want people to see the beauty and narrative that is held within simple overlooked objects.