Tim McCarron attended the Art Students League in New York City. His work now is of a contemporary nature, combining minerals, metals, acrylics and photography. After leaving the four year program in portraiture, he began his portrait business. After painting many well known New Yorkers, he decided to relocate to Miami. Although he did continue with painting people and animals, he began to experiment with different mediums.
Thivô has earned wide recognition for her vibrant Nerikomi ceramic vessels, alive with a symphony of colors embracing figures prepared to leap off the clay and into the room. Her subject matter incorporates a host of multicolored themes: flowers, landscapes, dancers and abstract designs.
“I manipulate in this series of paintings the expression and the people’s gestures using the order and the apparently chaos of the stain with a minimum of line contours; layering, mixing and pouring light and heavy layers of colors with a radiant palette of reds,oranges, blues. and the opacity of the grays, blacks and whites to create a hybrid art form in any composition.”