- David Eichholtz
Last Week - Survey of Tim Bavington’s Iconic Stripe Paintings Inspired By Rock Music and Talk With D
Sunshine Maker Through September 2, 2017
Join Tim Bavington and Art Critic / Historian Dave Hickey
For a Discussion About Tim’s paintings,
as well as art and culture in general
Saturday, September 2 from 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Closing Reception follows: Saturday, September 2 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Tim Bavington A Kind of Magic, 2010 Synthetic polymer on canvas 36 x 84 "
Artist Tim Bavington Joins the Roster at David Richard Gallery.
His first solo exhibition with the gallery surveys paintings from 2002 through 2017. Bavington’s artworks are spectacular color-based abstractions rooted in color theory and visual perception, while being inspired by Rock and Roll music.
Tim Bavington Into Tomorrow, 2012 Synthetic polymer on canvas 64 x 64 "
Tim Bavington Andromeda, 2012 Synthetic polymer on canvas 64 x 64 "
Tim Bavington Kansas City, 2002 Synthetic polymer on canvas 48 x 48 "
Tim Bavington Whirlpool, 2013 Synthetic polymer on canvas 84 x 84 "
Music and color are the core of Bavington’s paintings. He translates music into a visual experience with his unique system of pairing musical notes with specific hues in the color wheel. Colored stripes are his musical notes that allow him to playback the base lines, rhythms and string plucking guitar solos in his stunning retinal compositions that challenge visual perception. His love of 1960s and 70s rock and roll music by the Stones, Cream, Beatles and Hendrix is the underpinning that inspires his translations of color and abstraction into nearly audible visual experiences.
Tim Bavington (b. 1966, England) received his BFA from the Art Center (CA) and completed his MFA at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (NV). His work is included in the public collections of The Museum of Modern Art (NY), Albright-Knox Art Gallery (NY), Fredrick R. Weisman Collection (CA), Crocker Art Museum (CA), Palm Springs Art Museum (CA), San Diego (CA), Denver Art Museum (CO), McNay Art Museum (TX), Museum of Contemporary Art, Portland Art Museum (OR), Joslyn Art Museum (NE), Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University (UT) and the Honolulu Art Museum (HI) among others.