Pictured above are 2 versions of Abraham Lincoln recently completed. The first one is watercolor and is titled “Blue Lincoln”. The second one features the Abraham Lincoln bridge drawn in charcoal over Lincoln’s portrait in watercolors and gouache. After visiting Louisville Kentucky a couple of weeks ago I decided to continue the presidential series I’ve been working on for a number of years. A special thank you to Todd Lewis and Kara Stinson Lewis for hosting me as their artist in residence for the week that I was in town.… Read more Abraham Lincoln Watercolor Portraits →
In early December of 2018 Tim Welch Art introduced the pet business promotion where any pet related business gets a 10% commission on any customer they refer to this site… Read more Discover how to reveal hidden profits for your pet related business. →
Over the past few months it felt like I was headed off in 3 different directions with this art business, but the pet portraits have been the most fun to… Read more Pet portraits are super fun to paint! →
A little bit about the series of abstract paintings from Tim Welch Art.
That’s what I feel like the headline should read when people start getting more interested in this story… When I was working on my masters in painting at Governor’s State… Read more Illinois Artist Paints Portraits of People’s Instagram Selfies →
Can you imagine how Einstein would have an affect on selling or buying original art online? Scrolling through Instagram or Facebook have you ever stopped on a picture of a… Read more How Einstein could affect buying original art online →
You can read more about this on my watercolor portraits page but I recently started painting portraits in watercolor from social media pictures and other photos I had permission to… Read more Custom Portraits Available →
Pink Sunglasses and a New Tim Welch Art Portrait Series! In 2002 I did a portrait series for my show at Governor’s State University. It’s an amazing thing to… Read more Pink Sunglasses and a New Tim Welch Art Portrait Series! →