Tim Solliday

Tim Solliday is a contemporary California Plein-Air Painter and Western Artist who is known for his San Gabriel Valley landscapes and his paintings of American Indians and additional western subjects. He studied taking into consideration the California Impressionist portrait and landscape painter Theodore Lukits (1897–1992) in the 1970s and began full of zip professionally in the to the front 1980s. Solliday is described as a painter taking into account a "muscular, masculine style" and has been compared to artists of the Taos Ten, especially E. Martin Hennings.[citation needed] He is a Signature Member of the California Art Club (f. 1909). He exhibits past the Laguna Plein-Air Painters Association, the Oil Painters of America and at the Maynard Dixon Invitational, which is held in Utah each year. Solliday's do something has been featured in a number of American art magazines such as Southwest Art, American Artist and Art of the West. Through his plein-air act out in the pastel medium and large canvasses, he has played an important role in the revival of landscape painting in Southern California.[citation needed]

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