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! →
As part of my daily duties of opening up the paint department where I work, I have to clean out the nozzles on the paint machines with a straightened paper clip. I decided to see what would happen if I randomly cleaned my paper clip on one side of the paper towel then folded it together. It came out like a strange face nearly every time… I thought this one looked like a monkey. You can read whatever you want to into these things and it’s interesting to imagine what… Read more Paint Blots →
In April of 2017 I began work on a mural project for First Presbyterian Church in Danville Illinois. Since First Presbyterian is my home church I was greatly honored to be asked to do this project. This is the first part of the series of murals I’m painting and is a work in progress. I will be updating the images as I work on it. The next series will be about the Day of Pentecost which occurred 50 days after Easter.
Danville Illinois has always been a place of amazing culture. If you live here you may not even be aware of it, but our town is the birthplace of historical… Read more Culture Shock Weekend Mural →