Timothy Forester
Sculptor

Bronze and Stainless Steel Sculptures
And
Custom Crafted Furniture

Sculpture

Timothy Forester began studying sculpture design and construction methods in 1965 under his mentor, Louis Pearson, Master Sculptor, of San Francisco. (Louis Pearson passed away in 2005). Forester received his first commission in 1968, a stainless steel Baptismal Font for University Lutheran Chapel at Stanford University.

Forester's sculptures and furniture utilize the mathematical and universal forms of the circle, eclipse, and spiral. The inner play of negative space enhanced by reflected light on highly polished and patina surfaces creates an exciting visual experience.
His sculptures are delivered with authority, permanency, and sensuous unpredictable formulations.

Timothy Forester was born near Glacier Park, Montana and raised among the rugged and imposing Rocky Mountains. His father taught him the skills and appreciation of fine craftmanship while his mother the refinement of music, the arts, and theater. At university, he studied engineering, philosophy, and has earned a Ph.D. in psychology. He lives with his creative and talented wife in Oregon. His daughter earned a PhD in Environmental Chemistry in 2010.

Forester describes his artistic formulation: "To begin the design process, I visualize a drop of water descending from the heavens. As the drop allows itself to descend, the shape is transformed and enhanced into a celebrated universal form - never to be replicated. This evolves into a dimensional structure with this form transformed into bronze. The bronze creates an exciting reflected geometrical patina refining the visual experience.
My furniture incorporates a sensitive balance of bronze, tempered glass, and exotic hardwoods. The Baptismal Fonts celebrate the divergence, convergence, and emergence of form, substance, and the spiritual center of life".

In 2010, he began developing a sculpture garden on his land near Eugene, Oregon.

His Creations Proclaim: "Life is a Celebration"

 

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His creations proclaim, "Life is a celebration."

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Louis Pearson Master Sculptor, Designer, Craftsman and Inventor

 

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