Timothy Touhey Gallery

The Art Of Timothy Touhey
The Gallery
128 Main Street
Stamford NY 12167

Founded in 2001 by Timothy Touhey

Touhey.com

Espresso Cups

My friend, Timothy Touhey, invited me to his gallery recently for an all-access look into the creation of his unique and outstanding art.  After I enjoyed a complementary espresso, prepared by my artist friend himself, I set about photographing the many works of art in the gallery as Timothy played the piano in the back of the gallery.

Pastels

Touhey is the quintessential expressionist, with boundless energy and determination.
Bill Yost – West Point Cultural Arts Director, 2005

Timothy Touhey Piano Portrait

My work should speak for itself. If you develop an experience as you encounter the artwork, then it is owned by you. However, I do ask the question what is energy within space and objects, as related within the moment of time and change?
Timothy Touhey

20 thoughts on “The Art Of Timothy Touhey

  1. I wouldn’t mind visiting Timothy’s art gallery. I just like to view beautiful art work just like this.

  2. Your friend is sure talented..this are great works of art and only a talented individual can paint this pictures…

  3. The painting speaks a thousand words, depending on how the person understands it. I just love how these abstract paintings were made.

  4. It was great of Timothy to invite you over. At least you have created a beautiful memories for posterity. Nice art work.

  5. He seems to hold a lot of potential. I love the mosaic pieces and thanks for posting this, You are helping him to get exposure. Kudos.

  6. What an amazing collection of abstract art! This would make a beautiful collection for any art lover.

  7. This is a fascinating work of art together with that great quote. Some pictures like this are simple but speaks volumes.

  8. Such artistic works require someone with a deep interest in arts to understand the meaning behind the painting. They are all lovely.

  9. In deed truly your work does speak for itself. Nobody needs to be told to look, the work is inviting enough.

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