Some Of My Creations . . .

Order by Thursday 12/18/14

Since Tim hand creates each print or painting after it's ordered,
we request that, if you'd like your order in time for Christmas,
please place your order by Thursday, 12/18/14.
This will give him time to complete the pieces(s) and get your order
shipped before the postal deadline of Saturday, 12/20/14.

Thank you and Merry Christmas.

Two More Days to Enter

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2 More Days Only-
My Studio Show and Sale

December 20, 21, 2014. 10am - 5pm

We've created ONE coffee-table style photo book with a matching linen slip cover. In it, I'm going to hand draw several little sketches, maybe do a few small remarques and doodles, sign it and ... well, come take a look. When I'm done, we value this book to be worth $175.

While you're at the studio show you can sign up to win this book. We will raffle it off Sunday December 21st at 5pm to one lucky person. You need not be present to win (and no purchase necessary), but you must come in person and be over 18 years old.

And did we mention that the sale part of the
CHRISTMAS STUDIO SHOW and SALE means discounts?
This is the last event of 2014 and during the show we're offering up to 30% off on most art work, including original paintings.

Please come to the Studio Show & Sale to enter to win this special personalized coffee-table book of Tim's Art. We will draw the winner at 5pm on Sunday, Dec 21st, but you do not need to be present to win. Must be over 18 years of age and please, one entry per person.

 

And while at the studio, we will be offering up to 30% off most of the available art work, includung originals. So shop early, we anticipate items will go fast.

 

Merry Christmas

Tim Wistrom

Studio Show & Sale
Dec 20, 21, 2014
Saturdays & Sundays
10am - 5pm.


Regus Building
1455 NW Leary Way
Studio #462
Seattle, WA 98107
Park & Enter on South side.

206-391-5343

 

 

 

 

 
 

Tim Wistrom - Artist

Many people don't know his name, but they know his paintings. He's often referred to as "the artist that paints Seattle underwater" or "the artist that paints peaceful post-apocalyptic scenes of  cities."  Still other people know him as the artist that creates amazing surrealism, so detailed it looks like a photograph. And many had the opportunity to watch him paint at Art Shows in the malls during the 70's and 80's  - his original paintings were of boats, lighthouses, and Northwest scenes. His artistic career  has spanned 44 years, and counting. He is the guy; Tim Wistrom - Artist, and yes, he's still doing it.

"Look at my paintings with a sense of humor and creativity, as my goal is to spark your imagination. Consider a world gone by and a world yet to be. Just Imagine! " -Tim Wistrom


Tim works with acrylic paint on canvas, using paint brushes. There are no computers, no projectors, no airbrushes, not even a plumb line - only the paint and brushes. Every painting is done completely freehand, the old fashioned way. He is a natural artist, self-taught, showing his talent at a very young age. His career started in 1969, when he was still in high school, and continues today.

The lure of the road has recently called Tim again, so for the past 8 years he has been showing his paintings at a variety of Art Festivals in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Idaho, Colorado, Utah, and Florida. Each year he participates in about 30 Art Festivals.

Born in Germany to parents in the US Air Force, Tim grew up in Germany, on the East Coast, in San Diego, and Seattle.  Although his travels take him all over the world, Washington has been his home for over 25 years.

Giclee (zhee-clay) is a French term, in this case meaning "spray of ink". A giclee is a Fine Art Reproduction on Canvas, from the artist's original painting. Most of us cannot afford to buy an original painting, so giclees are the next best thing. They have the look, feel, and longevity of an original painting for a fraction of the cost. Each is personally signed, numbered, and enhanced by Tim, creating a unique and individual image.

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