Tim Liddle was born and raised in Nashville, TN. A strong art student through his early years, he went on to graduate from Lipscomb University with Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, becoming proficient in oil and watercolors.
I want each of my pieces to reveal the spirit, emotions and mood of an individual setting. Through my paintings, my goal is to share with the viewer my aesthetic vision and appreciation of the beauty of landscapes, still lifes and figures.
Through Tim’s use of form, color and brushwork, he has honed his distinctive style to capture the grace, expression and intricacies of the various places within his paintings. “I try and capture this experience in my paintings.”
Themes include landscapes, still life and portraits. I really enjoy painting in Plein Air, a French phrase meaning “in the open air”. My challenge is to create an impression of a scene, capturing the atmosphere, feeling and immediacy of the moment.
24″x 20″ oil on canvas
This old farm house was abandoned and left on the forgotten plains of Oklahoma. There was a certain beauty in the color and texture of the faded painted wood.
14″ x 11″ oil on panel
British Columbia is the westernmost province of Canada and a component of the Pacific Northwest. Because of milder weather near the coast and in the southern valleys, it offer a variety of beautiful spots to paint.