Things Are Different Now

July 29th, 2020

It’s nearly August, and the US is still battling a pandemic. My world and that of most of my friends, and most of the readers of this post, has been severely impacted.

I’ve been showing my work at Art Fairs 14 or 15 times a year since late 2001. That kind of schedule also drives a sense of urgency and my daily priorities. As you all know, most shows have been cancelled or postponed until next year, at least. I’m personally not expecting to be participating again until 2022, we’ll see. I, like many of you, miss these events, not just for the opportunity to sell, but also to talk to people about my work.

So, what am I doing? I’m still working, but I am beginning to shift my focus away from what I need to make to fill gaps in my inventory to things that I really want to make. As they go through the process, I’ll post the results on-line, but the pace is slower. I’m also using this time to try and get my digital house in order and work through all of the images of my work that I’ve taken over the last 20 years. I’ve begun posting all of these images on Pinterest by categories (boxes, baskets, etc.). If you would like to see them, enter in your browser search bar and browse away. I think they will reveal a progression in the work itself, and also in my abilities as a photographer. I’ve not dated any individual piece, or included dimensions, but am just publishing a complete portfolio. Some of the work is better than others, and that’s what you would hope for. I’ve never attempted to catalog my failures, of which there have been many, but have only photographed those pieces that I felt good about at the time. I hope you enjoy seeing them, and please send me comments or call if you wish.

I’m also going to revamp my web site at some point, but that’s a little further off. And I will be adding some form of on-line sales as well. Over the years, I’ve gotten a lot of process questions, and am working to document that as well. Lots to do, lots to do.

Stay well, and stay tuned.

Timothy Sullivan


Outdoor Art Show

March 13th, 2019

I’m leaving tomorrow for the Eastern Shore Arc Center art fair in Fairhope, AL. The show runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The OUTDOOR ART SHOW is located on the grounds of the Eastern Shore Art Center and the surrounding downtown area of Fairhope, Alabama. It is within walking distance to Mobile Bay, many specialty shops and restaurants. This is a cultural and social highlight for the Gulf Coast and attracts more than 250,000 visitors.

GO TO for all the info.


Great Gulfcoast Art Fair

November 1st, 2017

I’m leaving today for Pensacola Florida for the GGAF, one of my favorites.


Piedmont Craftsmen in Winston-Salem, NC

November 11th, 2015

Next week, I will be heading to Winston-Salem, NC for the annual Crafts Fair. In my opinion, it’s one of the nicest fine craft shows in the country. At around 100 exhibitors comprised of members and jury applicants, it has a friendly and intimate feel with ample opportunity to see a lot and speak with all the exhibitors.

For more information and a list of exhibitors please visit their website:



April 28th, 2015

I’m heading to Richardson Texas this weekend for the Cottonwood Art Festival. This will be my first time in the Dallas Area. You can get more info at, or check me out at


Atlanta Dogwood Festival this weekend.

April 18th, 2013

This is the weekend for my hometown favorite show. The show hours are FRIDAY: Noon – 10 pm
SATURDAY: 10 am – 11 pm and SUNDAY: 10 am – 6 pm. Please note that the Artist market closes at 7 pm
on Friday & Saturday. While the weather does look a little sketchy for Friday, Saturday and Sunday are going to be glorious.
Hope to see you there, I’m in booth 116 close to the 14th street entrance


Bayou City Memorial Park

March 22nd, 2013

I’m in Houston this weekend at the always terrific Memorial Park show. Great work and nice weather, what more could you ask for. I’m in booth 274, stop by if you can – I’d love to see you.


Dogwood Festival – Atlanta, GA – 04/20/12

April 20th, 2012
Dogwood Festival
Friday, April 20, 2012
12:00pm - All Ages
Piedmont Park
Atlanta, GA, USA
Other Info
April 20,21,22

Artist market closes at 7pm
on Friday & Saturday.

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Home again

March 15th, 2012

I’m back in the studio after my Florida shows, where I met a lot of new people and many new customers. I’ll be working hard in the next few weeks to prepare for the Atlanta Dogwood Festival in Piedmont Park. I hope to see many of you there.


Under the Oaks – Vero Beach, FL – 03/09/12

March 9th, 2012
Under the Oaks
Friday, March 9, 2012
9:00am - All Ages
Riverside Park
Vero Beach, FL, USA 32961

The largest public event on the Treasure Coast drawing over 80,000 visitors. The art world acclaims this three day show among America's finest.

The show is free! Bring the whole family. Come browse at leisure. Over 200 top artists, carefully selected from several hundred applicants from all over America compete for best of show and first, second and third awards in each media while exhibiting and selling their original art.

• Oil/Acrylic
• Watercolor
• Graphics/Mixed Media/Pastels
• Photography
• Sculpture
• Pottery
• Jewelry
• Creative Crafts

Other Info
March 9,10,11
Friday & Saturday hours - 9am to 5pm, Sunday hours - 10am to 4pm

Located under the majestic live oaks in Riverside Park in Vero Beach next to the Vero Beach Museum of Art. Parking is free and convenient. Bring the whole family. Sorry, due to city regulations, no pets are allowed in the park or left unattended in parked vehicles.

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