The fine folk at CircusPosterus and The Stranger Factory often have original pieces of mine for sale. Shop online and support the gallery and yours truly. Woodies, paintings, custom resin and drawings http://www.circusposterus.com/product-tag/tim-lee/ -T
My unusual Bluegrass illustration niche, combining 2 of my passions. Another magical September weekend in Raleigh. Sept 30- Oct 1 2016
If you know me you understand my need to experiment with different art mediums. I’m totally digging and digging in with the gouge tools making my Folkpop wood pieces. I love making these. I’ll have carvings for sale along with prints, my tees and other original art in the booth at Wide Open Bluegrass Streetfest. A […]
Staying busy making tons of new original art for my booth space at the end of September. The International Bluegrass Festival/convention is always a great week here in Raleigh NC. Plenty of free live music on nearly every corner. I’ll be on Fayetteville Street please drop in.
78 artists created for an hour each, while *800+ attendees watched and added to their personal collections. Put down your pencils please. Being an artist is often a solo adventure, so much time is spent in your own art cave that you don’t get a chance to meet the other creatives […]
Two new vinyl stickers, find them in the shop. (only available in a combo 3 pack.) Get them here
A video posted by Lowbrow|Folkpop|PopSurrealism (@timleeartwork) on Jul 10, 2016 at 12:12pm PDT What to do while waiting for waiting for paint to dry.
My all time favorite drawing method has got to be tone paper sketching with Prismacolor and marker. Immediate, and totally unforgiving, no control-z or erasing. Good thing I mostly like happy accidents and glitches. The sketch IS the finished art.
I’m finally digging in with V-gouge carving tools that were gifted to me by my brother for Christmas. I do freaking love a new medium, the sawdust and wood shavings clinging to my clothes are ok with me. There’s just something so nostalgic about wood carving that resonates deeply. I imagine myself in some past, […]