April 25, 2017 through August 18, 2017
Old Town Newhall Library
24500 Main St
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Timothy Doe grew up in an artistic household. His father was a successful illustrator and portraitist who had worked for Walt Disney, and Tim began dabbling in art at a young age. He soon found that his aptitudes and interests leant themselves to a very wide variety of styles, media and materials, and thus put himself on the path to becoming a multi-media artist. What that really means is that if you get bored working with a particular media, move onto something else!
Tim has studied and experimented with Native American design and beadwork, Japanese landscape design, portrait painting, calligraphy, plein aire landscapes, clay sculpture, cartooning, framing and matting, and abstract designs, as well as various obscure and little-known techniques and styles.
Timothy Doe, a lifelong fan and student of the Old West, created a series of paintings based on images of the period. Western movie stars, outlaws, Indians, cowboys, and other icons of the Old West are portrayed in the artist’s realistic and entertaining style.
An artist reception will be held on April 26th from 6-8 pm. Light appetizers will be provided.