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California landscape and figure painter Tim Solliday was born in 1952 and was inspired by his artist-father to begin painting. In the late 1980s he studied with early California Impressionist, Theodore N. Lukits (1897-1992). Solliday's style of painting is reminiscent of Taos Society of Artists painter William Herbert Dunton and Ernest Martin Hennings. Since honing his skills, Solliday's paintings have appeared in numerous prestigious group exhibitions, including at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine University in Malibu, the Natural History Museum of Los Angles County, California Art Club's Gold Medal Juried Exhibitions, Autry National Center's Masters of the American West, The Prix de West, Carnegie Art Museum and Maynard Dixon Country Exhibition. Solliday's paintings are in the collections of important American and Western art enthusiasts.
The work of Tim Solliday is frequently featured in national publications, including Art of the West, Southwest Art, International Artist and American Artist. Art & Antiques magazine referred to Solliday as one of "California's top plein-air artists".
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