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Tim Hussey

April 22, 2019 - May 19, 2019

Tim Hussey's work can be described as ambiguous abstraction mainly composed of frenetic forms and indiscernible space. Hussey was born in Dover, Delaware in 1970 and grew up in Charleston, SC. He received his Bachelors in Fine Arts in 1992 from Rhode Island School of Design, spending his junior year at Parsons Paris. He has received numerous awards from American Illustration, Print Magazine, and The Society of Publication Designers.

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Tuesday 10am—1pm

Wednesday 5—8pm

Saturdays 10am—2pm

Top image courtesy of Joel Caldwell

<i>VELKOMID 5</i>, oil, acrylic, charcoal on canvas, 71 X 95,'' 2016.

VELKOMID 5, oil, acrylic, charcoal on canvas, 71 X 95,'' 2016.

<i>BADESCHIFF 10</i>, oil, acrylic, ink on paper, 30 X 44,'' 2016.

BADESCHIFF 10, oil, acrylic, ink on paper, 30 X 44,'' 2016.

<i>APHASIA 3</i> oil, acrylic, charcoal, collage on canvas, 72 X 72,'' 2015.

APHASIA 3 oil, acrylic, charcoal, collage on canvas, 72 X 72,'' 2015.

<i>BADESCHIFF 5</i>, oil, acrylic, spray paint, collage on canvas, 41 X 51,''  2016.

BADESCHIFF 5, oil, acrylic, spray paint, collage on canvas, 41 X 51,'' 2016.

<i>JOY</i>, oil, acrylic on canvas, 72 X 80,'' 2019.

JOY, oil, acrylic on canvas, 72 X 80,'' 2019.

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