Timothy Martin is a classically trained fine artist who first gained widespread recognition when he was selected by Tiffany & Company to display artwork in its Manhattan flagship on Fifth Avenue. Since that time Martin’s renown has spread internationally with the publication of dozens of reproductions of his often whimsical work, as well as exhibitions from New York to Paris, including the 2006 and 2008 Philadelphia Flower Shows where the Garden Gallery featured his work exclusively.
Timothy Martin’s paintings continue to enchant audiences worldwide. Chairs that charm, phantasmagorical furniture, musical instruments that mesmerize and tantalizing teapots. Enter the whimsical world of Timothy Martin artwork and be entranced.
Timothy Martin was "discovered" by the late and legendary Gene Moore of Tiffany & Company in the early 1990s. Since that time, he has been recognized internationally with an exhibition at the Mona Bismarck Foundation in Paris and by the world-famous Hermes luxury fashion house that displayed work in its flagship windows during the 2010 holiday season. Be sure to visit the "Special Projects" page as well as the "News Links" page to learn more about his work for these and other exhibitions.
Full color catalog of Timothy Martin's work as well as commentary by the artist on many of his most iconic works.