Saturday, August 25, 2018

Hoosier Art Salon Exhibit - Indiana State Museum



If your in Indianapolis, don't forget to check out the Indiana State Museum, who is hosting the 94th Annual Hoosier Salon Exhibition, Aug. 3rd - Oct. 14th. My "Break of Dawn" is displayed there. All works are for sale, and found listed on Instagram @hoosier_salon. Great place, great works!

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

"Break of Dawn" headed to Indiana State Museum

Break of Dawn, oil on canvas, 36" x 36," has been selected for the “94th Annual Hoosier Salon Exhibition,” Aug. 3 – Oct. 14, at the Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN.

I simply wanted to capture the fleeting tranquil early morning moment, with a sketchy soft brush approach. The scene was shot while in Myrtle Beach, SC, from a balcony, it had a Bellows-esque perspective and a Lorraine-esque colored horizon I couldn't resist. I also, was intrigued by the dark tones and values that morning, reminiscent of an early Monet moonlit piece, "The Beach at St. Adreese."
 
I'm available for site-specific projects, commissions, and sales. I work with interior designers, home owners, and architects, on various concepts. Please contact me for more info youngtimothyw@gmail.com and/or visit my studio, Old Train Depot, Warsaw, IN.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Paintings for Public and Private Places

A pic of the building where my studio is in, 212 Lake St., downtown Warsaw, IN. I'm available for site-specific projects, commissions, and sales. I work with interior designers, home owners, and architects, on various concepts. Visit the studio by appointment, youngtimothyw@gmail.com (I might by out on location)!

Friday, April 20, 2018

Hoosier Heritage - Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, IN

Hoosier heritage now on view at Ivy Tech Community College, Warsaw, IN.
Bison bison – Tatanka, oil on canvas, 5ft x 7ft.
Sandhill Crane, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”.
For site-specific projects and commission contact youngtimothyw@gmail.com

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Waterscape - Flood Day 49

Waterscape - Flood Day 49, oil on canvas, 5 feet by 7 feet. Second image detail. $7,500 (does not include shipping, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)

This painting was a culmination of all the studies, sketches, drawings, paper paintings that I had been working on. With a purposeful frontal composition, it expresses the power, energy, and mass of an ocean.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Harding Ice Field Trail, Alaska

Finished and signed commission work titled The Harding Ice Field Trail, oil on canvas, 30” x 40.” Clients from Grand Rapids, MI are delighted with it! 
As posted earlier, what was so intriguing about the piece, besides the mesmerizing view, is that the photo was shot from a drone taking a video. The drone is being controlled by one of the hikers on the path to the left, who are the clients! The scene is in the Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska. Foreground is the Harding Ice Field Trail, leading to Exit Glacier, the background the Kenai Mountains. (This piece awakened me as to why we “hike” – to view the particulars that make up the gestalt that drew us there in the first place! 😎)
If you are considering a commission please contact me for more info youngtimothyw@gmail.com and/or visit my studio, Old Train Depot, Warsaw, IN.

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Whispers of Myrtle Beach

Whispers of Myrtle Beach, oil on canvas, 36" x 36". $2,800 (does not include shipping, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)

Looking back from the ocean toward the land, hearing rustling of marram grasses, bent grass, beach grass, beach trees, the waves rolling unto the shore, expressed here with a fusion of lyrical and calligraphy lines and color.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Art Exhibit - The Gallery at Rua

Wow, great evening! Thank you all who attended the artist reception Saturday night. Quite a turnout! Guests from Grand Rapids, Michigan, Elkhart, Fort Wayne, and the surrounding Warsaw area, with a few surprise attendees. Can't thank enough the Rua staff and gallery director, superb hosts! The art exhibit runs through Feb 24th. And enjoy the unique Rue menu of internationally inspired street food, swank dinning, full bar, and private event space. (ruawarsaw.com)
On view: "Whispers of Myrtle Beach" o/c, 36" x 36"

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Solo Exhibit

It's happening, solo exhibit, artist reception, make plans! “The Gallery at Rua” in the Rua restaurant on 108 E. Market St., Warsaw, IN – a swank downtown restaurant (ruawarsaw.com.)
The exhibit will have selected oil paintings and drawings from the past, present, and unveiling of my new piece, “Whispers from Myrtle Beach.” (All works will be for sale.) There will be hors d' oeuvres, light refreshments, and a cash bar.
If you can't make the reception, have a wonderful lunch or dinner at the Rua, and view the exhibit!
(Pre-show poster created by Holladay Graphics.)

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Paintings for Private and Public Places

Happy New Year 2018! I have been working on a commission piece as shown here in it's early stage. A 30” x 40” oil painting of Alaska. This area is the Harding Ice Field Trail leading to Exit Glacier. What is so intriguing about the piece, besides the mesmerizing view, is that the photo (my source with client input) was shot from a drone taking a video. The drone is being controlled by one of the hikers on the path to the left, who are the clients! Familiar with my work and delighted with my progress, they wanted a painterly, expressive rendition of the area that provides a colorful, timeless, and expansive view of what they experienced while hiking there, not just a photo copy, much to my exploratory impulsive delight.
If you have an interest in my work and are considering a commission please contact me for more info youngtimothyw@gmail.com and/or visit my studio, Warsaw, IN.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Paintings for Private and Public Places

Sandhill Crane (Near Pike Lake, Warsaw, IN) oil on canvas, 4' x 4'. $2,800 (does not include shipping, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)
One day I was out in our backyard marsh area (which butts up against Pike Lake) sketching and photo shooting wild life and what ever else might catch my eye. As I was looking around standing in a field of glistening marsh grasses, I turned to my right and froze, about 10 yards away was standing this Sandhill Crane, (had to do a double take to make sure what I was seeing.) The scene was so picturesque, as I slowly raised the camera, I was immediately thinking painting! The colors, marsh grasses glowing in spots, bending back and forth in the soft breeze, just presented a majestic composition of the Grus Canadensis.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Paintings for Private and Public Places

Mt. Garfield, oil on canvas, 30" x 40." Commission/sold
Client says it looks better than the photo they shot (image source) while hiking the Colorado National Monument area (they are Grand Junction residents.) Recap: Foreground is Colorado National Monument, middle-ground is Grand Junction, background Mt. Garfield.

Available for commissions and site specific projects, contact me youngtimothyw@gmail.com.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Paintings for Private and Public Places

Breaking of the Dawn (Myrtle Beach, SC.) oil on canvas, 36" x 36." $2,800 (does not include shipping contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)
This scene I shot while in Myrtle Beach, SC, had a Bellows-esque perspective and a Lorraine-esque colored horizon I couldn't resist. I also, was intrigued by the dark tones and values that morning, reminiscent of an early Monet moonlit piece, "The Beach at St. Adreese." I simply wanted to capture the fleeting tranquil early morning moment, with a sketchy soft brush approach.

Also available for commissions and site specific projects, contact me.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

"Tis the Season" Le Dejeuner sur la Beach

Le Dejeuner sur la Beach, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”. $2,800 (does not include shipping contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)

One thing I appreciate about the painter Peter Doig is his unapologetic referencing of artists or situations that influence his work. Many fear it or obfuscate it thinking it demeans their uniqueness. To the contrary, I think it actually enhances the viewer or patrons understanding, and thus appreciation.
This thought occurred while discussing “Le Dejeuner sur la Beach” at my last exhibit during my presentation. The scene is simple and direct, hot sunny day on a beach, a figure standing in the foreground blocking the activity behind, a gentleman bending as he hunts for shells? Beach umbrellas, canopies, bathers, buildings, and bright sky, all reflect a typical day at the beach. But also reflected are my influences (for various reasons) of past artists, the sky - Rockwell Kent, the seascape scene - Edward Potthast, the ambiguity of the facial feature in the lady in blue suit - Elmer Bischoff, and the bending figure left middle ground - Manet's curious background figure in his “Luncheon on the Grass.” All this can make for a very exploratory viewing piece, and there is more to the painting. But as Doig cautions, shouldn't explain too much, the painting should do it. So I'll stop.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Paintings for Private and Public Places

Symphony of Shadows (The Beach Scene), oil on canvas, 5' x 6' (For sale, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)   
Having just moved into my new studio in the Old Train Depot, Warsaw, IN, I am now accepting commissions and site specific projects along with sales. Scroll down posts for more samples of my work and follow me on Twitter for updates. For an appointment, or any inquires, please contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Four"s a Crowd

Four's a Crowd, oil on canvas, 48" x 48". $2,800 (does not include shipping contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)
One late afternoon these deer invaded my bird feeding space and began devouring their food. As I came to the patio door to shoo them away, the one turned and stared at me as if saying, “hey, what’s your problem, we're eating.” The composition, triad posturing of their heads, lighting, and color was so visually organized I couldn’t help but grab my old LG cell phone and take a picture and use it as a painting source. I proceeded to paint the composition vigorously, punctuating areas of interest throughout.
Price does not include shipping.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Suzan's Hawaii

Suzan's Hawaii, oil on canvas, 48" x 48". $2,800 (does not include shipping contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)
My youngest daughter went on a trip with her friend’s family to Hawaii. One day she shot this pic with a cell phone. The minute I saw the image I thought painting. Color tones throughout subtly separate the sky, clouds, mountain, and Island, all creating a very picturesque setting. But what I saw were these little individual expressive moments that I would actually call movements.
Available for commissions and site-specific projects. 


Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Merry Christmas

I will be posting new works soon, have been quite busy on some new painting projects. Meanwhile since there is no opportunity to bicycle, swing, have a picnic, a fire, or play croquet, I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And as Dickens wrote at the end of his Christmas Carol "...and it was always said of him, that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge. May that be truly said of us, and all of us! And so, as Tiny Tim observed, God Bless Us, Every One!

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Bison, bison (Tatanka) Badlands National Park, SD

Bison bison (Tatanka), oil on canvas, 5 feet x 7 feet. $5,400 (does not include shipping contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)
The painting was created in collaboration with a photographer friend working on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and Badlands National Park, South Dakota.


Sunday, August 21, 2016

Badlands National Park

Badlands National Park – Northeast View, oil on canvas, 30" x 40". Sold
Selected as Artist in Residence at the Badlands National Park, South Dakota, I spent four weeks trekking over buttes, gullies, and wide prairies, drawing and painting in oil and watercolor. This was a specific location I returned to a number of times. On this particular afternoon, the prairie grass in the foreground, small mesa in the middle ground, and the slow rising pinnacles in the background, along with a majestic sky backdrop, epitomizes my Badlands National Park visual experience.
Available for commissions please contact me for further info at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.

Friday, August 19, 2016

Early Morning Fog

Early Morning Fog, oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Sold
This last piece from my Fact and Ambiguity series, suggests a light reminiscent of the 17th century landscape painters' interest in luminism but with a modern twist. The fact is the scene, a shed, a tree, etc. The ambiguity is the distillation of the forms, the sublime of the objects - a subtraction of information that still conveys a luminous effect. Here the dawn light cuts through the early morning fog on an Indiana country field.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Storm Front

Storm Front (Myrtle Beach State Park) oil on canvas, 40" x 30". Sold.
You ever have those moments on the beach when a storm is approaching, the sun is out, the sand is hot, and yet there is the menacing thunderstorm threatening the area? You either pack up and head to shelter, or wait it out and maybe get drenched. This painting reflects the expanding surroundings as that decision is being made.
Available for commissions please contact me with any questions at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.

Studio Sale - Path to the Cabins

Path to The Cabins (Myrtle Beach State Park) oil on canvas, 30" x 30". $1,000 (does not include shipping contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.)
This painting is a path that leads back to the Myrtle Beach State Park cabins from the beach. The expressive painterly tones suggest the South Carolina coastal warmth and light breezes I enjoy so much, (a little Twachtman-ish.)


Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Studio Sale!

'Atomic Cafe - Red Tulip' , oil on canvas, 30" x 30", $750
A contemporary realist rendering of form using light, not to create volume, but to render a luminous affect of form.
'View of the Backwoods', oil on canvas, 18" x 24", $1,200
A more expressive piece, I still think the landscape provides endless opportunities in which to explore color patterns and lyrical linear movements in a magical way.
Prices do not include shipping. Please contact me with any questions at youngtimothyw@gmail.com

Monday, August 15, 2016

Summer Ending Studio Sale!

Atomic Cafe - Yellow Tulip, oil on canvas, 30" x 30", $750
A contemporary realist rendering of form using light, not to create volume, but to render a luminous affect of form. Contrary to looking up into the sky, as with 'Atomic Cafe - Red Tulip' (posting later) this is looking straight down into the mulched garden bed.
Price does not include shipping. Please contact me with any questions at youngtimothyw@gmail.com

Monday, July 4, 2016

Paintings for Private and Public places


Paintings for private and public places. I am now accepting commissions and site specific projects. Please contact me by email with inquires youngtimothyw@gmail.com. 
On view view here, 5ft x 6ft oil painting "Symphony of Shadows (The Beach Scene)." For sale.
This painting is a contemporary view done in a painterly manner, exposing the various hues that are in shaded areas of forms and cast shadows. The scene is of my two daughters enjoying a hot sunny mid-day summer at Myrtle Beach State Park, SC.
The objects scattered throughout are all significant to the family grouping of a day at the beach. The girls are both reading books from the Chronicle of Narnia series, the old beach weathered umbrella is borrowed from their grandfather. Flip flops, shovel, bucket, Frisbee, towels, etc., all items hauled down to a beach, becoming for me a visual cornucopia of values and colors in their forms and cast shadows. Even the sand divots, moon and contrail reveal a value and color.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

"Tis the Season" Le Dejeuner sur la Beach

Le Dejeuner sur la Beach, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”  (For sale: $2,800, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com) If you are interested in similar commissions, please contact me.
Studio musing: One thing I appreciate about the painter Peter Doig is his unapologetic referencing of artists or situations that influence his work. Many fear it or obfuscate it thinking it demeans their uniqueness. To the contrary, I think it actually enhances the viewer or patrons understanding, and thus appreciation.
This thought occurred while discussing “Le Dejeuner sur la Beach” at my last exhibit during my presentation. The scene is simple and direct, hot sunny day on a beach, a figure standing in the foreground blocking the activity behind, a gentleman bending as he hunts for shells? Beach umbrellas, canopies, bathers, buildings, and bright sky, all reflect a typical day at the beach. But also reflected are my influences (for various reasons) of past artists, the sky - Rockwell Kent, the seascape scene - Edward Potthast, the ambiguity of the facial feature in the lady in blue suit - Elmer Bischoff, and the bending figure left middle ground - Manet's curious background figure in his “Luncheon on the Grass.” All this can make for a very exploratory viewing piece, and there is more to the painting. But as Doig cautions, shouldn't explain too much, the painting should do it. So I'll stop.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Badlands off Old Northeast Road

Development of a new painting in between commissions, oil on canvas, 36" x 36" (square format.)
This painting is a deconstruction of a landscape - rendering a reversal of the scene, to a point of "fusion of line and form" by the use of gestural linear marks in relationship to shapes and colors.
Based on a small 2" x 3" watercolor study I had done at the Badlands National Park, South Dakota, during my artist in residency (more info on the watercolor study can be seen in my coffee table book.) This scene is located just off Old Northeast Road looking West. I was intrigued by the window in the rock wall on a very clear day, with a warm breeze moving across the dry grass, creating a shimmering movement of color and line (I can still hear the prairie grass and crunch under foot of the gravel.) Love that place.

Once completed it will be available for sale. Any questions email me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Mount Moran (Grand Teton National Park)

Mount Moran (Snake River, Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming) oil on canvas, 30" x 40"
Commission painting for the Great Lakes Trading Company office (a futures industry business.) The client (owner) said it looked better than the photo he had taken, he was extremely excited and overjoyed. I muscled up the sky a bit, and adjusted some color issues to get that early morning view (the gestalt rather than the particulars.) He said I nailed it. Now I'm going to have to take a trip out there to see it live :-)
[A side note. Brush handling and color tones were applied loosely to eliminate stiff, static look of photograph. Somewhat inspired by "The Valley of Mawddach, with Cader Idris Beyond" by Richard Wilson (1713-1782) on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art.]

If you're interested in a commission and/or have questions, please email me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com

Friday, January 22, 2016

Mount Moran at Oxbow Bend, Grand teton National Park

Mount Moran, oil on canvas, 30" x 40", commission
I thought I'd post another commission piece that is in process.
This painting is for the Great Lakes Trading Company office (a futures industry business.) My client (the owner) wanted a painting for the office of a photo he had taken, while vacationing with his family, of Mount Moran at Oxbow Bend, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
[A side note. The photo he took (my source) enables me to be a little more open to interpretation with my brush and color handling. Somewhat inspired by Richard Wilson (1713-1782) "The Valley of Mawddach, With Cader Idris Beyond" (on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art.)]
If you're interested in a commission and/or have questions, please email me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com

Monday, November 23, 2015

Badlands Oil Paintings


Back to the Badlands:
Last two oil paintings of the Badlands series available. One on top is "Rainstorm Passing Through" and the one below is "Rain and Dust Storm," both from my artist in residence at the Badlands National Park, SD.
The oil paintings are 16" x 20" each, and are framed in presentation brown wooden frames. Sold separately for $1,200 each, does not include handling/shipping, or sales tax. Contact me for further info at youngtimothyw@gmail.com or studio 574.253.2091.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Bison, bison (Tatanka) - Badlands National Park, SD

Bison bison (Tatanka), oil on canvas, 5 feet x 7 feet
(For sale: $7,500 contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)

This painting is now on display at the Latte Lounge & Gallery, 108 N. Buffalo St. Warsaw, IN. The painting was created in collaboration with a photographer friend working on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota. The painting is for sale, contact me for more information.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Le Dejeuner sur la Beach

Le Dejeuner sur la Beach, oil on canvas, 48” x 48”
(For sale: $2,800, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)
Studio musing: One thing I appreciate about the painter Peter Doig is his unapologetic referencing of artists or situations that influence his work. Many fear it or obfuscate it thinking it demeans their uniqueness. To the contrary, I think it actually enhances the viewer or patrons understanding, and thus appreciation.
This thought occurred while discussing “Le Dejeuner sur la Beach” at my last exhibit during my presentation. The scene is simple and direct, hot sunny day on a beach, a figure standing in the foreground blocking the activity behind, a gentleman bending as he hunts for shells? Beach umbrellas, canopies, bathers, buildings, and bright sky, all reflect a typical day at the beach. But also reflected are my influences (for various reasons) of past artists, the sky - Rockwell Kent, the seascape scene - Edward Potthast, the ambiguity of the facial feature in the lady in blue suit - Elmer Bischoff, and the bending figure left middle ground - Manet's curious background figure in his “Luncheon on the Grass.” All this can make for a very exploratory viewing piece, and there is more to the painting. But as Doig cautions, shouldn't explain too much, the painting should do it. So I'll stop.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Exhibition - New Paintings by Young

The Robert E. Wilson Art Gallery, Merillat Centre for the Arts, Huntington University, Huntington, Indiana.  (A partial view here.)

Solo exhibition runs thru October 16th. Monday-Friday 10:00-5:00pm. Wonderful artist reception, great turn out. Thank you all from Chicago, Kokomo, Fort Wayne, and Warsaw who attended.

Monday, September 14, 2015

Suzan's Hawaii

Suzan's Hawaii, oil on canvas, 48" x 48"
(For sale: $2,800, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)
Solo exhibit "New Paintings" at The Robert E. Wilson Art Gallery, Merillat Centre for the Arts, Huntington University, Huntington, Indiana. September 10 - October 16. Artist Reception, Friday, September 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm. All works for sale.
My youngest daughter went on a trip with her friend’s family to Hawaii. One day she shot this pic with a cell phone. The minute I saw the image I thought painting. Color tones throughout subtly separate the sky, clouds, mountain, and Island, all creating a very picturesque setting. But what I saw were these little individual expressive moments that I would actually call movements.

Available for commissions and site-specific projects. Contact me. 

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Four's a Crowd

Four's a Crowd, oil on canvas, 48" x 48"
(For sale: $2,800, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)
This piece is one of the paintings featured in my solo exhibit, "New Paintings" that opened Thursday the 10th, at The Robert E. Wilson Art Gallery. The gallery is located in the Merillat Center for the Arts building on the Huntington University campus, Huntington, Indiana. The show runs through October 16th. There is an artist reception, open to the public, Friday, September 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm, should be lively.
The painting has a story, and some influences throughout which will be partially discussed at the opening. In short, one late afternoon these deer invaded my bird feeding space and began devouring their food. As I came to the patio door to shoo them away, the one turned and stared at me as if saying, “hey, what’s your problem, we're eating.” The composition (triad posturing of their heads, etc.), the lighting, the color was so visually organized I couldn’t help but grab my old LG cell phone and take a picture and use it as a painting source. I proceeded to paint the composition vigorously, punctuating areas of interest throughout.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Path to the Cabin (Myrtle Beach State Park)

Path to the Cabin (Myrtle Beach State Park) oil on canvas, 30" x 30"
(For sale: $1,200, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com)

Prelude to my upcoming "New Paintings" solo exhibit at The Robert E. Wilson Art Gallery, Merillat Centre for the Arts, Huntington University, Huntington, Indiana. September 10 - October 16, artist reception Friday, September 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm.
This painting is of the path that leads back to the State Park cabins from the beach. The expressive painterly tones suggest the South Carolina coastal warmth and light breezes I enjoy so much, (a little Twachtman-ish.)


Saturday, August 8, 2015

Backyard Lily (oil on canvas)

Backyard Lily, oil on canvas

Paintings for public and private places. Available for sales, commissions, and site-specific projects. Contact me for info, sizes, and pricing. Have been working on three projects, more news forthcoming.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Symphony of Shadows - The Beach Scene

Symphony of Shadows - The Beach Scene, oil canvas, 5ft x 6ft. For sale, contact me at youngtimothyw@gmail.com.
Just a heads up here to mark your calenders! The Robert E. Wilson Art Gallery, Huntington University (Huntington, Indiana) has invited me to do a solo show in the fall 2015. Exhibit date has been set, September 10 - October 16, the artist reception will be Friday, September 18th, 6:00pm-7:30pm. The exhibit will feature new paintings I have been working on, along with previous works.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Straight Away (SCX Slot Cars)

Straight Away (SCX Slot Cars) oil on canvas, 18" x 24"
Sold

An update due to recent inquiries: For slot car enthusiasts - I am reviewing commissions and site-specific painting projects for the office, lobby, game room, etc. This particular painting developed from the urging of my brother who is the North America Sales/Tech Rep for SCX Slot Cars (a company based in Barcelona, Spain.) Visiting his Tech Workshop one day he gave me a few cars to create a scene of two digital slot cars racing on his track. So I composed this particular scene of a Peugeot 908 Le Mans holding off the Audi R8 digital car coming up from behind. (Yes, I can use other brands of cars in a composition, Carrera, Scalextic, Aurora AFX, and Ninco, etc.) I use various compositional approaches, from montage to single image, in a brushy painterly manner. Sign up to follow me by email or contact me youngtimothyw@gmail.com for sizes and pricing.