Las Vegas, NV
About Tim Hovde
Hovde is having an inventory sale to make room for 2014 artwork being created. All artwork will be priced for immediate sale.
Shipping via Fed Ex for medium sized artwork, Freight for large scale pieces and USPS for small scale. Please email with your address for quote.
About the Artist
Experiencing Tim Hovde's paintings is like diving into into a pool of pure color. Monumental in size, the viewers are enveloped by the thick textures and strong hues of his extraordinary pieces finding themselves immersed in a garden like no other. Tim uniquely translates his reality into paintings that are visually appealing as abstractions, yet remain true to the essence of his subject.
Tim Hovde was born in North Dakota and now resides in Las Vegas, NV. Influenced by his father who was a professional photographer, he grew up immersed in the world of art, music and photography. Tim believes the "art" of painting is a talent you are born with. For the last thirty years,Tim's paintings come from the places to which he has traveled. The images that end up on his canvases are often from the places that inspire him. An afternoon spent walking through the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris inspired the Dans le jardin series. The highly textured Pooling series comes from sunrises and sunsets.
The style of Hovde's artwork reflects abstract expressionism. Tim's artwork takes a view of the natural world that surrounds us. He deconstructs landscapes, gardens, oceans, and waterfalls with bold strokes or quick energetic picks and pokes of a brush or palette knife, over and over again. Listening to the beat of music helps him make the thousands of quick movements, strokes and scrapes that create a painting from start to finish.
The major abstract expressionist artists from the American post - World War II movement continue to influence his work. The power that Kandinsky, Pollack, Ernst, and de Kooning's paintings hold are an inspiration to Hovde.
"At a certain moment the canvas began to appear to one American painter after another as an arena in which to act. What was to go on the canvas was not a picture but an event."
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