• Tim Tozer Gallery

    Spring 2020 Exhibition:

    Holding Pattern
    Tim Tozer

    February 24–March 27, 2020
    Opening Reception + Artist Talk: Friday, March 6, 2020, 6–8pm

    Tim Tozer presents an exhibition of paintings and painterly structures that explore themes of environmental change and entropy, using an abstract language of graphic colors and mechanically derived shapes to recall vernacular structures such as signage and packaging. A collage of fragments, the exhibition as a whole explores a desire for unity and an irresistible urge to thwart it.

    Born in Portsmouth, UK, Tim Tozer studied painting at the Winchester School of Art and the University of Ulster at Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1994, he moved to the U.S. upon receiving the Andy Warhol Scholarship for study at the New York Academy of Art. Since earning his MFA in painting, he has taught at numerous locations in the US, including the University of Wisconsin-Stout where he is currently an Associate Professor in painting and drawing.