Tim Wetherell

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2016

Artworks for sale: 22

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United Kingdom

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About Tim Wetherell

  • Biography

    My work has been quite diverse over the years beginning with photography in the 80's and 90's then sculpture in the 2000's. But in more recent years my artistic focus has been exclusively on painting.

    I’ve exhibited quite widely in shows like Sculpture by the Sea and the McClelland Survey of Australian Sculpture. I’ve even had a piece exhibited in the National Gallery of Australia. 

    One of my current bodies of work is inspired by the English landscape, especially the few remaining pockets of unspoilt "old England". It's fascinating to experience these places because they are so historically ambiguous. Walking around them you would hardly know what century you were in. My paintings aim to capture that ambiguity, in both the artistic style and the landscape itself, giving little indication as to the period they portray.

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  • Education

    2002 - 2004

    Australian National University

  • Awards

    2006

    Casuarina Art Show, Kingscliffe NSW, 1 to 25 July, 2006 (Winner of $20,000.00 acquisitive award)

    Casuarina Art Show, Kingscliffe NSW, 1 to 25 July, 2006 (Winner of $20,000.00 acquisitive award)
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Education

2002 - 2004

Australian National University


Awards

2006

Casuarina Art Show, Kingscliffe NSW, 1 to 25 July, 2006 (Winner of $20,000.00 acquisitive award)

Casuarina Art Show, Kingscliffe NSW, 1 to 25 July, 2006 (Winner of $20,000.00 acquisitive award)

There are no upcoming events

Biography

My work has been quite diverse over the years beginning with photography in the 80's and 90's then sculpture in the 2000's. But in more recent years my artistic focus has been exclusively on painting.

I’ve exhibited quite widely in shows like Sculpture by the Sea and the McClelland Survey of Australian Sculpture. I’ve even had a piece exhibited in the National Gallery of Australia. 

One of my current bodies of work is inspired by the English landscape, especially the few remaining pockets of unspoilt "old England". It's fascinating to experience these places because they are so historically ambiguous. Walking around them you would hardly know what century you were in. My paintings aim to capture that ambiguity, in both the artistic style and the landscape itself, giving little indication as to the period they portray.

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