Tim de Christopher

"What am I trying to do with my work? I try to expel the demons that so often haunt my mind and find some peace in that which lives more deeply within my soul.

I think that is our lot in the world, in our world, our driven and co-opted lives, our efforts to survive and to prosper: our need to find purpose, to figure out how or why, or even tediously, for whom to vote. We seek answers and meaning, guidance and leadership.

We labor on in our lives...hoping to find that which sufficeth. I choose to carve stone. It is because I feel most closely allied with the material. I think sometimes it is because I relate the material to my being, rather obstinate, slow, stubborn. I chip away at it, dig and claw and grind away at it to find out what's lurking beneath the surface. It is a slow process and full of surprises. It's not easy."   -Tim de Christopher



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Tim de Christopher
Desert Father
Limestone, work-in-progress
19 x 7 x 32"



Tim de Christopher
It Happened, Here
Limestone
10 x 10 1/2 x 7 5/8"



Tim de Christopher
Fruit of Our Labors (FOOLs)
Mixed media, 2014
Dimensions variable



Tim de Christopher
Sufficeth Installation
Mixed media, 2012
48 x 108 x 108"



Tim de Christopher
Self Portrait
Limestone and slate, 2010
15 x 18 x 24"



Tim de Christopher
The Damascus Gates
Limestone, steel, 2010
24 x 36 x 84"



Tim de Christopher
Desert Father
Limestone, work in progress
10 x 24 x 30"



Tim de Christopher
Sufficeth Woman
Limestone, 2013
10 x 23 x 28"



Tim de Christopher
The Angel of Hope and Despair
Limestone, 1997
18 x 18 x 15"



Tim de Christopher
The Fish Sufficeth
Limestone, work in progress
48 x 108 x 108"



Tim de Christopher
Fish Tales
Limestone, 2012
5 x 36 x 24"



Tim de Christopher
The January Fish
Limestone, 2011
9 x 10 x 42"



Tim de Christopher
Petrified Fish
Limestone, 2011
8 x 20 x 64"



Tim de Christopher
The Choir of Masons
Limestone, 2010
10 x 20 x 18"



Tim de Christopher
Small Factory
Limestone, 2012
6 1/2 x 8 x 8 1/2"



Tim de Christopher
Industrial Landscape after Brueghel's
The Fall of Icarus
Limestone, 2004
7 3/4 x 12 x 13 1/8"


Tim de Christopher
Roman Wall
Limestone, 2009
3 x 14 x 8"


Tim de Christopher
Baguette Bench
Limestone, 2008
48 x 15 x 16"



Tim de Christopher
Bee #1
Limestone, 2014
5 x 4 x 2"
Sold



Tim de Christopher
Bee #2
Limestone, 2014
6 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 2 1/2"



Tim de Christopher
Bee #3
Limestone, 2014
5 1/2 x 2 x 2"
 

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