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Six Tim Cherry Sculptures are headed to Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs.

Press Release from University of Arkansas. *adapted for this blog. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 New Sculpture Garden Part of Memorial Gift for Garvan Woodland Gardens A $120,000 gift from Tom and Nancy Vandegrift will memorialize their late daughter and create a new space for children and families at Garvan Woodland Gardens. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Tom … Continued

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Cowboys & Indians Magazine!

We are so honored, please read the article here 🙂

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Things can be Fishy

After many months in a crazy world. Tim has created a wonderful group of artwork. Centered around one animal, the sunfish. Through these simple but stunningly beautiful artworks we see the complicated struggles, contemplation and fortitude that it takes everyday to maneuver through these trying times.

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Arctic Repose available at Mockingbird Gallery

Arctic Repose is available for purchase by draw. During
The 30th Anniversary Celebration
Mockingbird Gallery

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Tim Showing Sculptures at the Autry Museum

Tim will be showing at the Autry Museum Masters Exhibition and Sale

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Holiday Shopping Guide 2019

This is a Holiday Gift Guide from Tim Cherry 2019

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Eiteljorg Museum Show 2019

Heading to the Eiteljorg Sept 6-8, 2019. Don’t miss the Art and Jewelry!!!

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Art of the West Article

Our newest article by Art of the West Magazine

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A Fun Prix De West follow up.

Please enjoy the photos here! And… a few days left to buy work! https://mailchi.mp/516605c0f582/tim-cherrys-prix-de-west-follow-up

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About Tim Cherry


Tim produces sculptures which not only attract the viewers eye but also the viewers hand. Born in Calgary, Alberta in 1965, Tim grew up in Nelson, a town located among the rugged Canadian Rockies in southeastern British Columbia. This is where he developed a love of wildlife and the outdoors. Escaping into the wilds was then, and still is, a spiritual experience. At sixteen Tim began working summers as a cook and wrangler for a hunting outfit, which took him into the wilderness country of northern British Columbia. By the time Tim was eighteen he was guiding his own clients on two week trips. The next twelve years saw Tim working with other outfitters who ventured further into the vast expanses of the Yukon and Northwest Territories.

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More from Tim's Portfolio


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Pondering Owl

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Forest Ghost

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Bear Ball

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Fe Lion

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House Mouse

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Garden’s Edge

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Rabbit Radar

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Mountain Den

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