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Reflections of Fall – original watercolor by Tim Myrick

Reflections of Fall - original landscape watercolor by Tim Myrick

Reduced price: $1,890.00, including delivery/ shipping within the contiguous United States.

Art Size: (Portrait format) 24” X 16.5”
Framed Size: 30” X 24” – Portrait Format/Float Mounted on Grey Mounting Board and framed with white mat.
December 2016 – Reduced price: $ 1,890. *plus tax
* NOTE: Buyers in the state of Ohio must by law pay sales tax.

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Image of framed painting

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Corner detail of float mount

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Price – incl sales tax Ohio residents only
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16 Dec 2016

“Yellow Mountain City” – original watercolor by Tim Myrick – artfully priced!

Yellow Mountain City Original watercolor by Tim Myrick SALE $2,400.00 custom matted and framed.

“Yellow Mountain City” – original watercolor by Tim Myrick
Framed Size: 20” W X 24.25” 
Reduced price: $2,400.00 * plus tax. FREE shipping/delivery within the contiguous United States!

Incorporates diverse techniques and vivid colors. High-end custom frame and double mat with wood trim. …

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Price – [incuding 8% sales tax for OH residents]



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© copyright 2016. Tim Myrick / Myrick Creative, LLC. All rights reserved. Original watercolor by Tim Myrick

15 Jun 2016

“Retired by Time” – original watercolor, artfully priced

“Retired by Time” – Original Watercolor by Tim Myrick.


“Retired by Time”

Art Size: 29″ wide X 9.25″ high [Landscape Format)
Framed Size: 36.5″ wide X 16.75″ high. [See below for framed image.]
Reduced price: $2400.00 including delivery/ shipping within the contiguous United States.
* See note below regarding sales tax for sales within Ohio.

Artist’s Story

These scythes, now retired from decades of hard work in the fields, stand proudly against a weather-beaten shutter. So efficient were their cutting abilities that witnesses insist when in the hands of a skilled user, they could cut hay closer than many tractor powered mowers. Here, the rusted blades display the scars of many seasons harvesting the wheat and hay crops.

Retired by Time was included in the 2011 Georgia Watercolor Society Juried National Exhibition. Since then, it has been included in a number of exhibits. It was recently added to the ‘currently for sale’ category and offered at a special reduced price.
. – Tim Myrick

Retired by Time framed1

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NOTE: Most originals have been matted and framed in standard art exhibit materials. If custom matting and framing is desired after purchase, we are happy to accommodate your request and will provide a recommendation and price quote on request.

Price – incl sales tax – OH residents
Sales tax – OH residents – 8%


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© copyright 2016. Tim Myrick / Myrick Creative, LLC. All rights reservedOriginal watercolor by Tim Myrick

13 Jun 2016

“The Lady at Rest” – original watercolor, artfully priced

The Lady at Rest. Original Watercolor by Tim Myrick.

The Lady at Rest. Original Watercolor by Tim Myrick.

The Lady at Rest. Original Watercolor by Tim Myrick.
SALE $950.00* matted and framed.

“The Lady at Rest” (Seascape/Watercolor)
Art Size: 9.25” X 14.25” (Portrait Format)
Framed Size: 18” X 24” [see below for framed image]
Reduced price: $950.00 including delivery/ shipping within the contiguous United States.
* See note below regarding sales tax for sales within Ohio.

Artist’s Story

As an artist, I like to connect with the subjects I paint. I feel the energy and mood of a place, hear the sounds and take in the smells that mold a visitor’s impression of a specific place. But mostly, I love to meet the people and hear their stories. These are the defining characteristics I try to capture in my work.

On a trip to Florida, Mayport Village – just a short jaunt from Jacksonville – was the highlight of my search for seaside subjects to paint. Working shrimp boats created a dynamic backdrop for a beautiful old shrimp boat, which was moored while awaiting refurbishment. – Tim Myrick

Lady at Rest Framed

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Price incl. Sales Tax – OH residents
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NOTE: Most originals have been matted and framed in standard art exhibit materials. If custom matting and framing is desired after purchase, we are happy to accomodate your request and will provide a recommendation and price quote on request.

© copyright 2016. Tim Myrick / Myrick Creative, LLC. All rights reserved

13 Jun 2016

Falls Gold – beautifully framed original watercolor – at a special price

Falls Gold Original Watercolor

Falls Gold – original watercolor by Tim Myrick

Falls Gold – original watercolor by Tim Myrick

SALE price: $1200.00 *– beautifully float-mounted and matted in distinctive decorator frame [see image below]
including delivery/ shipping within the contiguous United States.
Art Size: 15” X 23”
Framed Size: 27” X 33.5”
* NOTE: Buyers in the state of Ohio are required by law to pay sales tax.

Original Watercolor of a scene in the Doans Creek/ Shaker Lakes area of Shaker Heights. Painted on heavy acid-free watercolor paper with deckle edge. Float-mounted over a deep green mat, and matted in heavy-duty matboard in a distinctive decorator frame.

FallsGoldOrig Framed

 

NOTE: Most originals have been matted and framed in standard art exhibit materials. If custom matting and framing is desired after purchase, we are happy to accommodate your request and will provide a recommendation and price quote on request.

© copyright 2016. Tim Myrick / Myrick Creative, LLC. All rights reserved. Original watercolor by Tim Myrick

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OR


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12 Jun 2016

Mural Based on Original Tim Myrick Watercolor Installed by Davey Tree and Smithers-Oasis

Cleveland-area artist and Kent State University adjunct professor Tim Myrick created the original watercolor, which was transformed into an 8ft by 30ft mural in the lobby of 295 S. Water Street in Kent, Ohio. It depicts the changing scenes and history of the river as it runs south from Kent’s northern limits through downtown and past John Brown Tannery Park.

The Davey Tree Expert Company and the Smithers-Oasis Company, both long-time Kent companies and anchor tenants in the building at 295 S. Water Street in Kent, partnered with Fairmount Properties to install the mural in the ground floor lobby.

The mural highlights how the city progressed with each historic adaptation of the river. Imagery and landmarks in the scene include Standing Rock, Brady’s Leap, The Star of the West Milling Co. grain elevators, the Silk Mill building, the Main Street Bridge, Stone Arch Dam, Brown’s tannery and the Erie Depot and Pufferbelly restaurant.

A dedication will be scheduled in the Fall.

For additional information: http://www.davey.com/about/newsroom/davey-press-releases/davey-smithers-mural-of-cuyahoga-honors-kent-water-street-heritage/

9 Apr 2016

the wonder of watercolor

an exhibit of original works by award-winning Cleveland artists

Tim Myrick and William Martin Jean

 Opening Reception

February 13, 2012 – 5:30 to 7:00 PM

RSVP BY Feb 10 Please-

 mmyrick@HowSweetTheSouth.com  or 216.410.8793

The Plain Dealer Lobby Gallery -1801 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, OH

Show dates: February 13 to March 31, 2012

the artists:

tim myrick

employs masterful techniques in transparent watercolor and dry-brush, to create paintings with unusual depth and detail. His has been described as a unique blend of talent and skill.  His subjects depict simple pleasures, respect for nature and the ability to capture the warmth and character of ordinary people. He is currently working on a book- a collection of his art and writing, titled “How Sweet The South™”

 

Tim’s current work includes a series of paintings of the Shaker Lakes and other areas in Northern Ohio, in addition to his body of work depicting Southern scenes. He has won numerous awards. His recent painting entitled “Coventry Street Depot” won an award in a prestigious international competition.  Tim is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art.  www.HowSweetTheSouth.com

 

william martin jean  

is an exceptional artist who, after a successful career as an outstanding teacher and arts administrator at the Cleveland Institute of Art, now works full time in his studio. He is represented by several galleries throughout the U.S. Jean’s work can also be found in private and corporate collections nationwide including The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio and the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington. DC. His most recent New York showing was in March 2008 at the New York Armory, “Works on Paper.”

He is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace College and completed his graduate work at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art.  His many awards include Special Mentions for painting in the Cleveland Museum of Art’s May Shows in 1993,1983 and 1979. http://www.williammartinjean.com/

 

 

 

8 Feb 2012

“Coventry Street Depot” Watercolor Accepted for Cleveland Artists Foundation Exhibit

Tim Myrick’s award-winning watercolor, “Coventry Street Depot” has been accepted for inclusion in The Cleveland Artists Foundation’s ‘CLEVELAND CREATES’  exhibition.

Join us at the Opening Night Reception: November 11, 6:00—8:00pm.

The Beck Center for the Visual Arts

17801 Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, Ohio

‘Coventry Street Depot’ was the recipient of the Ampersand Aquabord Award in the North East Watercolor Society’s 34th Annual International 2010 Juried Exhibition. Tim describes the inspiration behind the painting in an article printed in the Sun News. A reprint of the article is available at: http://www.myrickcreative.com/2011/01/sun-news-article-reprint/

Exhibit dates: November 11, 2011—December 3, 2011

Information about The Cleveland Artists Foundation may be found at:

http://www.clevelandartists.org/?subject=aboutus&sub=index  and on Facebook at:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cleveland-Artists-Foundation/50096418790

29 Oct 2011

Commissioned Watercolor of Admiral Yi Sun-sin

This original watercolor by Tim Myrick depicts Korean Admiral Yi Sun-sin* and his famous Turtle Ship.  Please see below for the continuation of the story about the painting, Admiral Yi, and Tim’s association with Taekwondo.

Admiral Yi Sun-sin Original Watercolor

The following images illustrate the process of creating this beautiful commissioned work – from original drawing to finished watercolor.

Drawing for Admiral Yi Watercolor

Underpainting 1

Underpainting 2

Admiral Yi Sun-sin Completed Watercolor

Artist Tim Myrick with Framed Painting of Admiral Yi

The painting was commissioned by Chief Master Michael Caruso and the Masters Counsel of the American Taekwondo Association (ATA) in commemoration of the late Eternal Grand Master H.U. Lee, who was a student of the life and history of Admiral Yi Sun-sin. The original watercolor was presented to his widow, Mrs. H.U. Lee, at the ATA World Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada in the summer of 2011. This highly anticipated event also marked the first time in history that a new Grand Master was inaugurated at the retirement, rather the death of his predecessor.

Tim researched Admiral Yi’s life and studied all available images of him and his ‘Turtle Ship’ in preparation to paint this important commissioned work.

NOTE: In addition to his distinguished career as a graphic designer and award-winning watercolorist, Tim is a 4th degree black belt candidate in Taekwondo. He practices and teaches at the ATA Black Belt Academy on Miles Road in Orange Village, Ohio.

*About Admiral Yi Sun-sin:  “Admiral Yi Sun-sin was born in Geoncheon-dong, Seoul, on March 8, 1545. Admiral Yi Sun-sin was a preeminent warrior who was never defeated in at least 23 battles under his command for seven years. However, he was not just a brilliant commander, he was also a true leader who wholeheartedly loved his country and its people, and sacrificed himself to protect them. Hence, Koreans regard him as one of the greatest heroes of Korean history.” http://yisunsin.prkorea.com/life.htm 

25 Oct 2011

Art informs life. Life informs art

Art stimulates our thinking and emotions. Art calms us or energizes us; it tickles us or enrages us; it causes us to think or to meditate.  Every time we encounter the beauty of art – whether created by humans or nature – we are one with the moment, and for that one moment we are truly alive!    – Marilou [Louie] Myrick 

25 Oct 2011

Tim Myrick Designs for Business Results


Mayport Lady at Rest

Unique, effective, innovative visual and written communications to meet business goals. Corporate identity systems, marketing promotion materials, corporate communications, publications, and training programs. Experienced project manager, including needs analysis, selecting and managing resources to deliver quality outcomes while controlling costs.

PRINT PHOTO & MULTI-MEDIA
Annual ReportsLogosCards and Letterhead

Brochures and Newsletters

Posters, Signs and Postcards

Training Materials

Programs and Catalogs

Photo Layout and Special Effects

Web Graphics and Layout

Web navigation and Page Design

Enewsletter and Blog Graphic Design

Original Illustration and Artwork

Photo Composition/ Montage

 

10 Aug 2011

Sun News Article Reprint

“There was this shaft of light I had to capture.”

And because he did, Shaker man won award for watercolor painting of Coventry RTA station.

Published: Monday, December 16, 2010 in the Sun Press, and on January 20, 2010, on Cleveland.com                             By Thomas Jewell, Sun News

SHAKER HEIGHTS — A local artist with two home bases — one of them at Shaker Square — recently won prestigious awards on both fronts. Tim Myrick, who was born and raised in the Florida panhandle, then moved north to attend the Cleveland Institute of Art, has received the Ampersand Aquabord Award for his watercolor “Coventry Street Depot” in the North East Watercolor Society’s 34th Annual International Juried Exhibition 2010.

The landscape “captures the luminous early-morning light” of the Coventry Street RTA station at Shaker Boulevard and Coventry Road in the Shaker Square area of Cleveland, stated judges for the Gallery at the Kent Art Association in Kent, Conn.



Above, Tim Myrick puts the finishing touches on his Coventry Street Depot painting, in his Shaker Square studio. Photos provided by Tim Myrick

Another watercolor entitled “A Peek at the Past” took the Third Place Award in the 22nd Annual Art in Gadsden Exhibition last week. It will be on display at the Gadsden Arts Center in Quincy, Fla., in the greater Tallahassee area, through December.

Both are an honor, but Myrick said he was excited enough to have the Coventry painting selected among thousands internationally.

He remembered the day the scene caught his eye. “We live right across the street diagonally, and we often walk our dogs in the morning,” Myrick recalled. “On this particular morning, the light was so incredible, I told the dogs we were going to have to cut the walk short so I could go home and get my camera.

“There was this shaft of light coming down the rapid right-of-way that I had to capture.”

As with many of his works, the old barn, which is barely standing, is reminiscent of Myrick’s childhood in the Florida panhandle, where, as a youngster in the 1960s and 70s, he and other members of his family often worked in the tobacco fields.

The ninth of 12 children, his family worked the tobacco farm they lived on, in Myrick’s case, starting at age 8 and continuing until he was 16.

He received several scholarships to CIA, including one his junior year through the Karamu House.

“My wife and I are both transplants who fell in love with the diversity in Cleveland and Shaker Heights, with an intellectual and creative community that is tolerant and inviting,” Myrick said. “As far as northern cities go, it is probably one of the better kept secrets.”

Their son, Alex, is a senior at Shaker Heights High School, where he’s on the golf team.

Aside from being a “Cleveland fanatic” who will not tolerate disparaging comments about the city, Myrick describes himself as a story-teller, marrying visual art and prose to create an image that connects with the viewer and reader.

“Through my short stories, I try to give the viewers a sort of ’fourth’ dimension into my work for some ’emotional ownership,’” Myrick said.

The prize-winning watercolor. Photo of painting provided by the artist Tim Myrick.

Each original watercolor comes with an artist’s story — a frame able written description of the inspiration for the painting, and its creation.

“I write stories to impart the compelling reason why I painted the subject, to invite the viewer into the painting — to step in and become a part of the piece,“ he added.

His watercolors are primarily realistic — both landscapes and figurative. His has been described as a unique blend of talent and skill — employing masterful techniques, including dry-brush, to create watercolors with unusual depth and detail.

Myrick was born and raised in Quincy, Fla., and graduated from CIA in 1981. While he resides and works primarily in the Shaker Square area of Cleveland, he considers both the Tallahassee and northeast Ohio regions to be his twin ’home-towns’. He is as proud of and loyal to the Cleveland area and the Cleveland Browns, as he is of his Southern heritage, saying “Southern is a state of mind.”

As for adjusting to the weather, Myrick said “it’s always an adjustment — every year. But there’s a lot of good that completely overshadows the bad weather.”

His original work and signed prints are available through the online gallery HowSweetTheSouth.com.

See more Shaker Heights news at cleveland.com/shaker-heights.

Reprinted by permission of Sun News, December 2010. All content protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

 

 

5 Jan 2011

Tim Myrick Watercolors Win Awards

TWO Tim Myrick Watercolors Win Awards in Juried Competitions.

CLEVELAND, OH. November 18, 2010:  Two original watercolors by Tim Myrick won awards in different prestigious competitions:

Coventry Street Depot

Coventry Street Depot

“Coventry Street Depot” was the recipient of the AMPERSAND AQUABORD AWARD in the North East Watercolor Society’s 34th Annual International Juried Exhibition 2010, which took place at the Gallery at the Kent Art Association in Kent, CT, through November 7, 2010.  The landscape, featuring the RTA station at Shaker Boulevard and Coventry Road in the Shaker Square area of Cleveland, Ohio, captures the luminous early-morning light.

A Peek at the Past

A Peek at the Past

“A Peek at the Past”  was the recipient of the 3rd Place Award in the 22nd Annual Art in Gadsden Exhibition, November 2010. It will be on display at the Gadsden Arts Center in Quincy, Florida [greater Tallahassee area] through December 2010. As with many of his works, the old barn which is barely standing, is reminiscent of Mr. Myrick’s childhood in the Florida panhandle, where, as a youngster in the 1960’s and 70’s,  he and other members of his family often worked in the tobacco fields.

 

18 Nov 2010

Florida From the Inside Out

We took advantage of a weekend following a business trip to Northern Florida, to reintroduce ourselves to the wonderfully diverse Florida panhandle that few vacationers experience. When you venture off the interstate and ramble along country roads, the sights and people are as diverse and wonderful as any in North America. Louie and I hail from very different parts of the country—she originally from Utah and Indiana, and I from North Florida … and we’re both at home in North Florida. We love the sights, sounds, people and places from Pensacola to Jacksonville.

The country roads from Gainesville to St. Augustine were full of rural surprises. None were more jaw dropping than this scene. As Louie and I approached this spectacular old farmhouse . . . . .

 

 

. . . . . we were initially drawn to the magnificently rusted tin roof blazing in the sun. This was one of those times when the subject was so awe-inspiring that few words were spoken between us. None were needed as the electricity and excitement in the air was palpable.

The watercolor, ‘Guarded by Elephants’ was created to tell the story

of our journey into the heart of the Florida Panhandle.

Guarded by Elephants

Guarded by Elephants

The original watercolor, as well as limited edition and signed prints

are available for purchase.

There are numerous websites that provide helpful insights into ‘off the beaten path’ places to visit and things to see in Florida. A few favorites:

http://www.florida-backroads-travel.com/

http://www.naturalnorthflorida.com/alachua-county-florida/agritourism

http://www.tripcart.com/usa-regions/Northeast-Florida-Panhandle,Places-to-Visit.aspx


Here’s to kickin’ back on a porch swing,

sharing a frosty glass of sweet tea and a warm peach cobbler,

and remembering that “Southern is a state of mind!”

– Tim Myrick, storyteller in paint and prose


 

15 Jun 2010