Art

 

Collection of Nelson Mandela

Schools presents his painting to Nelson Mandela in Washington,   D. C. 1994.  Schools said, “Thank you, Mr. Mandela, for the example you’ve been to the world.  I hope one day your country is at peace, like it is in this painting.”

 

 

Nelson Mandela, Sandi Jackson, Jesse Jackson Jr, Tim Schools

 

 

Chicago 2000

Collection of Jacqueline Jackson

 

 

Collection of Joan Peitscher

Collection of Joan Peitscher

Collection of Sandi and Jesse Jackson, Jr

Collection of Sandi and Jesse Jackson, Jr

Portrait of Howard Levy

 

Collection of Jeanne and Joseph E Sullivan

 

Untitled

Collection of Angie and Ray Marques

Family Picnic

by Tim Schools/Eve Wood

Collection of Loretta Dawn Schools

Collection of Ute Jansen-Alonzo

Collection of Jeanne and Joseph E Sullivan

 

Collection of Jeanne and Joseph E Sullivan

Collection of Pat Ziegenfuss

Untitled

Untitled

Collection of Sandi and Jesse Jackson, Jr.

Fenced Inn

Portrait of Forrest E. Powell

 

Untitled

Untitled

Salt Water

Untitled

 

 

Collection of Pat Ziegenfuss

 

Music Scene / work in progress
Oil on canvas, 10 x 7 1/2 ft.
November 2009
Painting was painted upside down until this point. Watch on

youtube.com
This is the first time the painting was hung right side up.

Closer views……..

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9 Responses to “Art”

  1. What a superb artist you are.

  2. what a superb artist you are

  3. Tim, you are the BEST!!!

  4. You have a tremendous portfolio of work. Keep on painting !!

  5. I visited your website at the suggestion of a friend. I love your painting style!

  6. Tim, great to meet you tonight. You are the guy! What an artist you are. Let’s talk more. I’m not far away
    Johnny Costa Rica (the harp guy)

  7. Tim, I just came across a tiny framed drawing you did of Rick Williams sketched at our old cafe, Cafe Avanti on Southport St. You painted it in 1997. It’s a little faded because it was sketched on one of our drink napkins. But it’s still a very nice keep sake. I hope this finds you well and painting away the hours. George and Carol Menning. grmenning@gmail.com

  8. Your art is original, transcendent, and a fond memory to me Timothy. I hope you are in good keeping. Your friend, Wesley Lawrence Curry II

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