Tim Klunder

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Résumé:

Education
1998 M.F.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
1993 B.F.A., University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2005 Riverfront Arts Center, Stevens Point, WI
2005 University Center, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
1999 Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearney, NE
1999 Gallery 72, Omaha, NE
1998 Nicolet Area Technical College, Rhinelander, WI

Selected Group Exhibitions
2006 Nicolet College Art Gallery (with Matthew Jacobson), Rhinelander, WI
2005 Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearney, NE
2005 RiverEdge Galleries and Sculpture Garden, Mishicot, WI
2004 Northern Arts Council Members Exhibition, Rhinelander, WI
2003 Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
2002 Bowery Gallery, New York, NY
2001 Gallery 72, Omaha NE
2001 Olson-Larsen Galleries, West Des Moines, IA
2001 University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
2000 American Embassy, Tirana, Albania

Selected Public Collections
College of Agriculture, Iowa State
University Farm Bureau Services, West Des Moines, IA
Center for Great Plains Studies Art Collection, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Lincoln, NE
College of Business Administrations, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Museum of Nebraska Art, Kearney, NE
Nicolet Area Technical College, Rhinelander, WI

Selected Private Collections
Mary Greeley Hospital, Ames, IA
Pioneer Hi-Bred International
Sprint, Des Moines, IA
St. Mary's Hospital, Rhinelander, WI
Duncan Aviation, Lincoln, NE
Brownville Historical Society

Statement:

As an active and exhibiting artist, my commitment is to continue and further the boundaries of the representational tradition in Western art. My emphasis is landscape and my images usually contain a combination of both man-made and natural motifs. My paintings are primarily executed on hardboard panels and paper in a wide variety of sizes and proportions. Acrylic is my medium of choice. Most of my paintings are begun and finished in the studio and utilize a broad array of source material in their development I will often use small pencil, pen, and charcoal sketches, as well as photographs done on site, to assist in the formulation of a resolved image.

Memory fragments are also important in this development. I find the patina of memory to be a fascinating element in the formulation of my work. A consistent and recurring theme throughout my work is the interrelationship between man and the natural environment. Because of this, many of my painting utilize agricultural and small-town subjects. This allows me to fully explore these complex relationships while enabling me to depict the rural and natural environment for which I feel a deep and abiding affinity.