Tims latest Protest Mural. To donate, search for - Tim Guider Artist Gofundme - to help fund more of Our Original Heroes Murals. Tim has collaborated with Aboriginal artist Frank Wright on this mural, and they want to create more of these murals in Sydney and in other cities and towns across Australia. Born with a natural talent for art, at age 22 years Tim decided to pursue a career as an artist. He studied at the National Art School, Sydney and received an Artists Development Grant from the Australia Council. He now has 45 years of professional artistic development to bring to his work. Since the mid 1980s his murals, canvas paintings and sculpture have attracted an enormous amount of television and press coverage both nationally and globally. A few image examples of Tims work are included in this portfolio which clearly show the wide range of materials and techniques this artist has mastered. He includes sculpture effects in murals. He has painted his sculptures and even uses internal illumination as well as mechanical movement in sculpture. Much of Tims artwork has a theme of multicultural Australia and our Aboriginal heritage. I have known Tim for over 30 years. I was a young television journalist when I was first assigned to film his murals and interview the artist.
Recently in October 2017 Tim wanted to unveil his break through work Enlightenment on the world stage. He exhibited two large Light Sculpture installations in the XI Florence International Contemporary Art Biennale, in Florence Italy. Tims Installations were awarded the First Prize gold medal, which is called the Lorenzo Il Magnifico award. He is the first Australian artist ever to have received an international contemporary art award.
Rebecca Le Tourneau. Producer, Film Television, Sydney, Australia.