Monday, January 07, 2013







If it weren't for today's post you might think that the Myans were mostly right and the world as we know it ended earlier than scheduled. My last post was on September 10, 2012. Then NOTHING............

Alas, here we are as well as another post from yours truly.  
Last year handed me a very busy art schedule which always makes me happy.  It also handed me a very difficult time to come through with the illness and eventual passing of my Mother, my life long supporter.
Throughout our lives together she would ask me, with pride, to never give up on my dream of my pursuit of art.
When she said it to me for the final time as she lay in her hospital room it suddenly gained more meaning that it ever had before as was true of my answer. I told her that I could never give up as it is part of my soul. 
It is who I am.

So, it is with that promise to my mother and myself, today begins a new artistic chapter in my life, not with a dramatic change of subject or media but with a new sense of my artistic freedom to share my thoughts and images that are important to me and the people that have so strongly influenced the person that I have become.

I will be sharing my work soon.

3 comments:

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Tim, A wonderful tribute to your mother. So sorry for your loss. My mother left this earth last April after months of suffering, so I can relate to this period of your life.

To answer your question about my works being published without consent, as far as I know that has not happened. The wall decor I was referring to was above board with a company that licensed my designs.

I am very impressed with your creativity. I have used sand and shells in some mixed media, but you seem to be taking it to a higher level.

Tim Marsh said...

I am truly sorry for your loss as well Carol.
They are and always will be part of us.
We must continue our passion. That is a parents wish for their children.

Barbara Ann Goodsitt said...

Hi Tim,
I am sorry about the passing of your mother too. You were truly blessed to have her around so long. You are surely still loved by her from the other side (I believe that). Keep making those beautiful paintings!