Next Open Studio Show
with self-guided yard tour:
April 26 and 27, 2014
Noon to 4:00 PM - Saturday and Sunday
Winter Show: December 6 & 7, 2014
My Spring Show is scheduled for the last weekend of April. I will be premiering my "Desert Totem" series featuring outdoor (up to 4 feet in height), and indoor sculptural pieces. A big thank you to all who attended my Winter Show - you received a sneak peak of things to come in the series.
If the weather is nice (the show goes on rain or shine) everyone is encouraged to take a self-guided tour on the winding trails, visit my studio workplace, and take in the variety of flora and fauna. Remember to please share the invitation with friends and family that believe in the arts and supporting local artists. All my work is conceptualized, created and fired by me personally.
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Pair of Jacks
Sitting -18x5x7 inches • Upright -15x5x15 inches
Cone 6 fired Stoneware Clay
"Bobcat and Kittens"
Stoneware clay, stains, oxides, and glazes.
Mother bobcat is approximately 27x14x14 inches; the kittens are 8x4x7
Arizona clay artist
and Wicked Winds Studio resident artist Wendy S. Timm,
specializes in one-of-a-kind hand crafted sculptures in stoneware. Originally from Wisconsin, Wendy draws on her sense of humor, love for nature and animals, and her Midwest heritage for some of her imagery.
A graduate of the University of Arizona with a B.F.A. in art education, her teaching background includes K-12 public school art education, City of Tucson/Pima Country Parks and Recreation Programs and Pima Community College. Wendy has been showing her work professionally since 1990 and holds two open studios a year, in April and December, with a showing of her latest works to private collectors.
Amber Schneider, also a Wicked Winds Studio resident artist, will exhibit her two and three dimensional work during the open studio shows.
Armadillo by Morning Adult