Flooded forest I 2013

© Tim Summerton

152 x 183cm  $16,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Flooded forest II 2013

© Tim Summerton

152 x 183cm  $16,000

oil on linen



Hillside III 2013

© Tim Summerton

167 x 152cm  $15,000

167 x 152cm



Hillisde IV 2013

© Tim Summerton

122 x 107cm  $10,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Flooded Field I 2013

© Tim Summerton

167 x 152cm  $15,000

oil on linen



Hillside Hollow II 2012

© Tim Summerton

122 x 107cm  $10,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Tangled Hillside I 2011

© Tim Summerton

168 x 152cm  $15,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Fading Forest II 2011

© Tim Summerton

168 x 122cm  $13,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Fading Forest III 2011

© Tim Summerton

168 x 122cm  $13,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Fading Forest I 2011

© Tim Summerton

152 x 122cm  $12,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Fading Farm Willow I 2012

© Tim Summerton

122 x 107cm  $10,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Floating Forest II 2011

© Tim Summerton

122 x 107cm  $10,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Dark Wood II 2010

© Tim Summerton

137 x 183cm  $14,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Floating Field I 2010

© Tim Summerton

168 x 152cm  $14,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Night Nest I 2010

© Tim Summerton

183 x 152cm  $16,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Fleeting Field III 2010

© Tim Summerton

152 x 137cm  $13,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Escarpment I 2010

© Tim Summerton

183 x 152cm  $16,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Escarpment V 2009

© Tim Summerton

152 x 213cm  $16,000

oil on linen    SOLD



Escarpment IV 2009

© Tim Summerton

152 x 213cm  $16,000

oil on linen    SOLD

Tim Summerton

Tim Summerton was born in Sydney in 1978. He completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Newcastle in 1998 and an Honours degree in Fine Art from the University of NSW in 2000.

Summerton has been exhibiting with Tim Olsen Gallery since 2002 where he launched his solo career.

Tim Summerton’s works present an immense sophistication in the application of paint. The works evolve from layered backgrounds of brightly coloured warm tones that he manipulates with combinations of saturated hues and neutral oil paint in a wet on wet application. The complex surfaces that appear are speckled with sweeping brush strokes, fine scratches, marks and details left from the paint layering process.

The paintings are rendered from observations of the landscape, scenes from Summerton’s trips to the coastal dunes near Seal Rocks in Northern NSW; and Victoria’s Wilson’s Promontory, and more recently the landscape surrounding NSW's Kangaroo Valley and the Southern Highlands.