Tim Guthrie

Timothy Sean Guthrie (born 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska) is a visual performer and experimental filmmaker. Guthrie's con is in collections throughout the United States, including the Boise Art Museum, and the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, Plemmons Collection of Contemporary Art, (Boone, North Carolina), and the Leigh Lane Edwards Collection of Contemporary Art, (Appalachian State University). Tim Guthrie gave a TEDxOmaha talk in October 2018 just about An Artist's Journey Through Love and Loss. The chat focused upon the death of his wife in 2015, and his grieving process, as competently as the mini-documentary he created practically her, called Missing Piece, which won numerous national and International awards. The works were next featured on the lid and in an article of Omaha Magazine.

He won a Top 25 MFA Sculptors in the Nation rave review from the International Sculpture Center and Sculpture Magazine, and worked on the Lied Jungle at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, and he references both in a Creative Mornings talk where, among many projects, he furthermore discusses working on the Lost City in Africa.

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