TIM MARSH

FEATURED ARTIST

TIM MARSH

Tim Marsh is a French artist, his early interest in capoeira influence his exploration in tribal patterns in his graffiti works at the time. After integrating the fashion industry as a trendsetter, the artist asserted a more personal concern, characterized first by the realization of paintings. These evoke a conceptual mise en abyme of his childhood’s memories by playful and kinetic representations of emblematic animals.

He deployed an architectural specificity and composed his works on the basis of a complex and dynamic network of geometric shapes, patterns and lines that place the movement and depth of his 2D works, and finally finished in a retroesque color palette.

Marsh’ works have been exhibited in France, Malta, Spain and Hong Kong.

EXHIBITED WORKS

THE WOOD DRAGON

Tim Marsh

$30,000.00

THE MONKEY KING’S RIDE

Tim Marsh

$38,500.00

MAKE IT SHINE

Tim Marsh

$8,550.00

THE STORK

Tim Marsh

$26,000.00

CANDY CRUSH

Tim Marsh

$30,000.00

The Butterfly Effect

Tim Marsh

$15,000.00

CIRCLE

Tim Marsh

$3,450.00

LA TOUR EIFFEL 1

Tim Marsh

$3,000.00

GREY

Tim Marsh

$12,800.00

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