Tim Wilson (b. 1970) is a Brooklyn-based visual artist who was born in Virginia. His work focuses on exploring consciousness as a byproduct of material processes whereby painting serves as a model for those physical conditions governed by natural laws that seemingly give rise to the self and notions of free will. Wilson’s work attempts to mimic that unfolding and at the same time, create thought through painting material. His solo exhibitions include PG-13, Schroeder Romero, New York, NY and See Me, Feel Me, 31 Grand in Brooklyn, New York. His works in group exhibitions have been presented at Recess, The Ulrich Museum of Art, and Peres Projects among others. Wilson received a B.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University and an M.F.A. from Yale University School of Art.
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Two Sisters (Fragonard), oil on linen on panel, 24×20” (2015). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist.
Open Field/Closed Loop, oil on canvas on panel 48×36″ (2015). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist.
The Persistence of Things Perceived in an Associated Order, oil on linen on panel, 24×20”, (2015). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist.
Station to Station, oil on canvas on panel, 26×20” (2014). Photo Credit: Courtesy of the artist.