Tim Fisher Artist

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All paintings supplied unframed, postage and packing charges extra on request


Art Gallery & Shop.
Sketch Book.
Prints gallery.

Sketching on location in the

Lake District

Tim has won numerous awards for his artwork including the Daler-Rowney front page competition and the Leicestershire Pastel Society Gadsby prize.

He was also short listed from 12, 000 entrants for the first Daily Mail NOT the Turner Prize competition, his pastel “Pink Hydrangeas” displayed in the Mall Gallery, London.


He is well known for his military fine art and sporting prints.  Whenever possible he collects his own reference material by observation, field sketches, and taking photographs.

His work is a composite of all these plus a remarkable use of light and colour to produce intriguing and inviting images.


Tim’s diligent work and ongoing desire to improve his work are certainly paying off as numerous examples of his work have been selected and published as fine art prints.


In March 2006 Tim held a successful one man show at the Barbican Centre, London.


2012 saw the launch of his first book ‘How to Paint Flowers in Acrylics’

2015/6 saw him writing a second book on the subject of perspective,now on general release by Search Press.


He is also a regular contributor to the Leisure Painter magazine where he shares his wide ranging skill and knowledge of art with an attentive audience. The September 2016 issue features one of Tim`s acrylics as the front cover image


Tim has also developed his own pastel surface Fisher400 art paper after becoming disappointed with what was available in the market place. This unique surface is proving very popular amongst the art community, with numerous professional artists using it as their main choice of surface.


Much of his original work can be found in public, corporate and private collections throughout the world.


For an irreverent, humorous look at the world of art, visit Tim’s blog   http://roadtohello.blogspot.com/


Tim is willing to consider any type of art commission.

Also available to art groups and other organisations for talks,demonstrations and workshops