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Tim Cherry (b. 1965)  Artworks >>

Tim Cherry’s sculptures are inspired by aspects of art nouveau and a love for wildlife. His years of experience as a professional guide in the wilderness of northern Canada have inspired him to create artistic interpretations of wildlife. “My sculptural approach is to combine simplified geometric shapes and lines to create flowing curvilinear forms. I enjoy orchestrating these elements into sculpture that is rhythmic, lyrical, and inviting to the touch. Creating sculpture that is unique and strong in design is my primary goal.” Cherry was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and raised in Nelson and Prince George, British Columbia. He now lives in Branson, Missouri, with his wife, Linda, and daughter, Amber. Cherry has exhibited artwork in nationally known shows and exhibitions, winning several prestigious awards. He shows his sculptures in galleries across the United States and in Canada. In 2007 he won the NSS Gold Medal and Maurice B. Hexter Prize for Flea Flicker at the National Sculpture Society (NSS) Annual Exhibition, New York City. Cherry was selected as the featured sculptor for the 2008 Western Vision Exhibition and Sale at the National Wildlife Museum of Art, Jackson, Wyoming. He is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, and a member of the National Sculptors’ Guild and the Society of Animal Artists. Source: Masters of the West Show, Autry National Center, Lost Angeles, CA

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