Annabelle Hydrangeas

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T. Allen Lawson
Annabelle Hydrangeas
oil on handmade paper, 12.25x10.25"

Black Eyed Susans

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T. Allen Lawson
Black Eyed Susans
oil on handmade paper, 11x8"

Impatiens

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T. Allen Lawson
Impatiens
oil on handmade paper, 10x9.25"

Violet Crown Hydrangeas

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T. Allen Lawson
Violet Crown Hydrangeas
oil on handmade paper, 12.25x12"

Shasta Daisies

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T. Allen Lawson
Shasta Daisies
oil on handmade paper, 9.75x8"

Casa Blanca Lilies

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T. Allen Lawson
Casa Blanca Lilies
oil on handmade paper, 12x9.25"

Veiled in Spring

$24,000
T. Allen Lawson
Veiled in Spring
pastel on hand-made, pumiced paper, 22x24"

Crows in a Cornfield

$11,500
T. Allen Lawson
Crows in a Cornfield
oil on panel, 10x14"

Frost Heave

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T. Allen Lawson
Frost Heave
oil on panel, 20x20"

Martinsville Beach

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T. Allen Lawson
Martinsville Beach
oil on panel, 7x11"

Winter Blueberries

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T. Allen Lawson
Winter Blueberries
oil on panel, 20x48"

Camden Harbor Arrangement in Greys

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T. Allen Lawson
Camden Harbor Arrangement in Greys
oil on panel, 9.5x10"


Bio

“All of my inspiration comes directly from life.” -- T. Allen Lawson

T. Allen Lawson is drawn to the quieter side of life. Over time he has developed a discipline of patiently observing and studying the often-unnoticed rhythms and subtleties of his surroundings.  In his paintings he strives to build layers and textures with pigment to create the abstraction and nuanced depth he feels in nature and the world around him.

Tim studied drawing and portraiture at the American Academy of Art in Chicago. He furthered his formal studies attending the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut. A lifelong student, his dedication to and love of his profession is always evolving as his interests and influences continue to challenge him.

T. Allen Lawson has won numerous awards which include: Founder’s Prize, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts; Golden Thunderbird Award, Maynard Dixon Country; Red Smith Memorial Award (twice), National Museum of Wildlife Art.  At the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, he has won the Spirit of the West Award, the William Weiss Purchase Award, and the Juror’s Choice Award.  At the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, he has won the Prix de West Purchase Award, the Robert Lougheed Memorial Artists’ Choice Award (twice), the Directors’ Choice for Outstanding Landscape and the Donald Teague Memorial Award.

He was chosen by the President and First Lady to create the painting for the official White House Christmas card in 2008.  His work is shown in public collections including the Smithsonian Institution, Denver Art Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Art Museum, Brinton Museum, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Forbes Magazine Collection, Tia Collection, Wells Fargo.

Tim lives and works in Sheridan, Wyoming and Rockport, Maine.