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Glorious Tim Clorius

Glorious Tim Clorius
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“The action is in the fingers not the arms,” he says of the difference between easel paintig and street painting.

Despite his unconventional approach to maintaining a public and a private art practice, Tim Clorius actually embraces a perfectly conventional view of painting.

“I believe a good painting is a beautiful, handcrafted, one of a kind object, which in some ways has a life of its own and holds within it a story, like a safe does valuable.”

Get to Aucocisco and see if you can unlock some of the secrets of Tim Clorius’s offbeat allegories.

[Aucocisco Galleries, 89 Exchange St., Portland ME, 207-775-222.]

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