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Lowly, Tim - by Greg Waskowsky

Tim Lowly: The Realism of Recovery

by Greg Waskowsky

One is immediately drawn to Tim Lowly's paintings by their intimate, meticulous realism. Using the traditional medium of egg tempera , he carefully builds up layers of translucent color that subtly unfold into a world of light and texture. It is a medium that seems particularly conducive to Lowly's creative temperament, which might be characterized as a kind of reflective attentiveness toward the familiar world that we all share.