Tuesday, March 26, 2013


After way too many years I've finally managed to start a blog of my artwork. I've drawn, painted, and sketched for over 20 years, but most of my work was never photographed  before it was given to someone, or was tucked away in a sketchbook or portfolio. So from now on it has a home. I love to create art. I get lost in every drawing and enjoy every stage of its creation. And once it's finished I forget all about it for the excitement of the next one.

For those of you who don't know me I'm an illustrator who studied at Parsons School of Design and have spent the last 25 years of my life working in New York City as a Creative Director in publishing. Designing websites, books, logos, and all kinds of printed  and electronic material. I've recently been creating more artwork and have been selling it and taking on commissions. I hope to have prints available soon of my ink drawings. And please let me know if there is anything I could draw for you.

12 comments:

  1. Welcome to the world of sharing art! I don't request anything EXCEPT that you put on more coloured art on this page. Needs a little sprucing up. (Something like blurring out one of your canvas paintings and using that as the background template via HTML.)

    So much quality material but not enough exposure. Please do me a favour and start networking with friends. I'll help by posting your blog on Google!

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  2. Thanks Brandon! Its a work in progress and I totally agree. Needs a lot of sprucing up. Thanks for your suggestion, comments and networking.

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  3. Hey Tim Great to see it online for everyone to see!!!
    Congrats man you are extremely talented, keep on posting.
    Love Dan

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    1. Thanks Dan. Really appreciate your very kind words. Much more to come!

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  4. Looking good. Great to see you work. I hope all is well.

    Jim

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  5. When exactly do you sleep? P.S. faves include the sketch of the popping-up bear head, the crow in the corner, and any one of the trains.

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    1. Sleep? Am I soppose to sleep? Thanks for looking Kate. Next is a book. One of those things we used to do together so well.

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  6. Alan Jamie ParkerMarch 27, 2013 at 4:19 PM

    Good for you!! The whole of your work is far too good to keep to yourself. I love Tupper Lake, Field, and all the lizards, especially, though of course it is all excellent- and all you.

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    1. Thanks Alan! Hopefully this blog will push me to do more work. Your words are very kind and appreciated.

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  7. Yaaaaaaa man!!!!! Saved in Favorites!

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    1. Your the best! I just have to stay in your favorites now. More work to come shortly.

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