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In The Blue Light Mini Masterpiece

By Tim Pearson

Tim Pearson at Sivertson

Mini Masterpieces are framed canvas tiny prints, ready to hang on your wall, and perfect for collecting and gift-giving. Our Mini Masterpiece collection features fan-favorite prints from beloved regional artists. This image is printed on dry-mounted canvas and framed in ebony black. This image size: 9 W x 5 H inches.


Questions? Call 218-387-2491. We’re here to help and available daily from 10-5 Mon-Sat and 10-4 Sun (CST).

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Tim Pearson

Tim’s wildlife art was born from Lake Superior’s waters and surrounding wilderness. At an early age he was keen to observe the creatures around him, which eventually led him to the biological science field. That space brought him closer both to the subjects he loved to observe and the subjects he loves to paint. Tim works in watercolor, gouache, casein, ink, and the art of pyrography (wood burning), and blends both abstraction and realism within his wildlife paintings. “I like to explore the individual personalities of animals, but steer away from a literal interpretation. I try to add a sense of mystery and wonder to my subjects, to honor the fleeting glimpse and movement that I often experience observing wildlife.”

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