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Timothy Rose Fine Art

How lucky am I?! I have been looking for an oil painting workshop here in town and found Timothy Rose's website. I noticed he had workshops, but they were a way off from my home. I e-mailed him and asked if he was going to offer workshops in Oklahoma City. He said that he had not planned any at the time, but he was going to do a demonstration for the Edmond Art Association.
The demonstration was extremely informative. Tim is very comfortable teaching. We were able to ask many questions, which he answered candidly. I so appreciate that. It was very helpful to get some answers regarding artistic techniques and as a business person.
His work is obviously wonderful and demonstrates his great talent and experience. Tim brings with the knowledge that he has gather through practice and from workshops with masters such as Jean Chambers, Gay Faulkenberry, and Sherrie McGraw among others.
He will be given a workshop here in Oklahoma City in August. His focus for the workshop is light. His talent of creating light on a simple canvas is so apparent in his art as he gives life to those simple oddities that enhance our daily lives. You can find his work at the Shadid Fine Art Gallery in Edmond, Oklahoma, and at the Paseo Studio and Gallery in Oklahoma City.


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