Timothy has been painting and printmaking as a professional artist since 2005. From 2006 to 2012, he was employed at Gary Lichtenstein Editions and worked as a production manager and lead printer. Timothy worked with publishers and artists to create Limited Edition Fine art silkscreen prints.
In 2012 Timothy started his own studio called Progression Art Studio. Here he could outsource his artistic abilities to clients. Timothy has produced art for many artist exhibitions around the world. He has participated in Plein Air Painting events since 2006. The art Timothy worked on has traveled all over the world and into world renown museums like, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Farnsworth Art Museum, Baker Museum and many others. Galleries all over the world shown art Timothy created. Several works have been featured in such Art fairs such as Art on Paper in New York, Art Basel in Miami, and The Armory Show in New York City
During Timothy’s career in the arts, he has worked with artists, all of whom have reached different successes in the art world. Some of the artist he has worked on projects for include Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Robert Cottingham, Jessica Stockholder, Jane Dickson, Nancy Dwyer, Ron English, Gary Panter, Charles Hinman, Feng Zhengiie, Michael Defoe, Gerard Hemsworth, Tom Christopher, Roz Chast, Johanna Greenbaum, Michael Albert and Peggy Cyphers.
Clara has a diverse experience in painting and printmaking. She is well crafted in the art making processes, including silkscreen printing, drawing, painting, kite making, and graphic design. During her time at SUNY New Paltz, Clara took on dual majors in the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Art Education. Her thesis work consisted of combining kite making with various printmaking techniques such as relief methods, etching, monotype, chine colle, and screen printing. Combining printmaking with kite making is still a major focus in her art making process.
Clara worked with after school programs, bringing the arts to students enrolled through the Newburgh Performing Arts Academy and The Newburgh Boys and Girls Club from 2010 to 2013. Starting work as a Freelance Artist in 2014, she began silkscreen printing for clients in 2015 when working with Progression Art Studio and has since been working professionally in the silkscreen print making process. Translating images to screen prints via manually hand crafted separations or digitally produced photo plates. Work produced during this period has traveled across the country in exhibits in Florida, Maryland, Maine, and New York State.
Clara has shown her art throughout the Hudson Valley, NY. She has shown at venues such as the gallery at Fall Kill Clay Works (Art Centro at the time), The Trolley Barn, the Barrett Art Center, Queen City 15 gallery, and in Tivoli, NY, at the Tivoli Artists Gallery. She teaches classes at Fall Kill Creative Works in Poughkeepsie.
In addition to following Progression Arts Studio on social media, you can follow Clara on her Artist Instagram page @claranotclaireartstudio