Category Archives: oil painting

Reviews of Bill Tinker’s Work from the Arts Media

Bill Tinker’s landscapes meet the viewer with a powerful interplay of composition, texture, light and shadow that the imbue the subject with the pervasive reflections of the artist. Tinker’s landscapes sometimes seem to take on the aspects of the rolling weave of a tapestry, with the imagery frozen in time and revealed through the prism …

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The Arts Media Talks About Susan Tinker

Susan Tinker infuses her vibrant still life paintings with a palpable sense of energy and a relentless exploration of light, pattern and form. Within her representational images are complex configurations, vivid color and bold depictions of light that reveal a discreet relationship between representation and essential elements of abstraction.     Jama Akers, Arts Writer Husband …

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Artists’ work is real and really well done

from The Kansas City Star Fine Arts / Preview Section October 28-November 7, 2004 by Valerie Zell, Special to The Star Husband and wife artists bill and Susan Tinker share the gallery space at American Legacy in a two-person show “Wonderland.” The exhibit’s 35 paintings include large, issue-oriented landscape paintings by Till tinker and new …

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Visual Relief: Escape the Heat in KC’s Public Art Spaces

From The Kansas City Star Preview Section by Kate Hackman July 13, 2001 “Outside/Inside: Images of Land and Object, paintings by William Tinker and Susan Lawrence Tinker” at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. Husband and wife William and Susan Tinker are a painting duo to be reckoned with. He focuses on the Kansas landscapes–capturing the …

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