Let me try to introduce my work! I have always been fascinated by drawings, street art and other creative people. Since my childhood, I have been drawing and painting.


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I love the idea of temporary art because all things in life are temporary. I grew up on the beach where I lived during the summer. I have always been drawing on the beach using materials I found at the there. 6 years ago I started using a rake. This way I could make the drawings much bigger. Because they became so big I wanted to see the result from above. I mounted a GoPro on a kite so I could make pictures. Nowadays I am using a drone. I am inspired by tattoo artists, street art and geometry.

Love to be out in nature and be in my own creative world where everything can happen. I love to work on a large-scale using the environment as a canvas. Most of the work a make takes up to 4 hours of work. Where it's washed away by waves as the tide comes in. I hope people are surprised, wondered, touched or just feel the energy I put in my work.

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John L 1 month ago

Wow! This is magnificent Tim. Congratulations on your special talent. 👍

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John L 1 month ago

The outer part of the drawing, which is brushed outward, gives it the depth that makes it stand out so much more. Too bad someone didn't realize it was part of the art, and walked over it. 😞

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John L 1 month ago

I love the way this drawing blends in naturally with the returning tide. Tomorrow there will be a fresh page awaiting the next drawing. :D

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Amanda Barrow 1 month ago

OMG THAT IS AWESOME

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lovealways<3 1 month ago

This one is trippy, I like it!

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Flinkie 1 month ago

Awesome!!! :0

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John L 1 month ago

Tim, I was going to suggest that you take the wave images and do two things. First stretch the waves out so each one is longer, like the ocean. And Second, turn them 180 degrees around, so the waves are lined up with the actual water. As the tide comes in, they will blend with your waves and look all as one. Just a suggestion. 👍

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Flinkie 1 month ago

Woah I really love the patterns!!!