Tim Cherry’s Blog

New Website and Shows

For nearly 30 years… “I continue to be grateful and humbled by the commitment and support of such amazing patrons, museums, galleries and professional organizations. Thank you for always believing in me and allowing me to grow with your support and patronage.  I am very excited about the artistic path I am on today.  The value … Continued

April 2016 – New Art Work

What an honor to be chosen to design a “NOBLE FROG” for the Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena The newly renovated basketball facility on the campus of Texas Christian University – TCU, Ft. Worth, TX. Raven’s Caw, River Mates,  and Curvaceous Catfish will show at the Prix de West, Big Gulp will premiere. BEAR BALL & WHOLE HOG … Continued

Headed to the Briscoe Museum

Heading to the Briscoe Museum. Looking forward to an amazing weekend with friends and patrons at this wonderful venue. San Antonio is stunning in the spring.  The blue bonnets are in bloom across Texas. Night of the Artists is in its 10th year and exhibits a wonderful group of artists. Starting with Friday night right thru … Continued

Tim’s Newest Release for Home and Garden: River Mates

The strength of River Mates is seen through the combinations of shapes, lines, textures and the overall design. They work together to create a sculpture that is unified, balanced and creates a strong feeling of unity with nature. The suggested forward movement is representative of the future and the connection all things have with Mother Nature. I believe, in our behavior, we must make commitments to protect and care for the natural environment. The connection between all creatures and a symbiotic existence is exemplified through River Mates.

RIVER MATES
Great Blue Heron, Turtle, Fish
Bronze, Edition of 18

Teaching at Buchanan Elementary School

TEACHING…Last week Tim had the pleasure of teaching kindergarten through grade 3 at our local Buchanan Elementary School.  We are so very fortunate and blessed to have a strong art program in our schools, as well as an amazing group of passionate educators.  After 2 days, 16 classes and a total of 680 kids. “Exhausted,” had … Continued

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