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COVID-19 NEWS

We are now open for business. Due to the COVID-19, we are open Monday through Friday from 12-5 and Saturday 12-2. We will keep our hours updated here for subsequent weeks and hope to be fully operational as soon as possible.

Appointments are not required, but feel free to call us at 512-306-1064, text us at 512-920-6094, or email us at dan@austinartframe.com to schedule an appointment or to let us help with your art, printing, and framing needs.

You can also use our website to Submit Art, Order Giclee Prints, Submit Reviews, and Contact Us to let us know how we can help.

Stay healthy and hope to see you soon.

FINE ART GALLERY NEWS

The Austin Fine Art Gallery website has been improved in the following ways:

  • Mobile Friendly
  • Easier Menu Navigation
  • Easier Submission of Art
  • Easier Search for Art
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  • Optional Artist Size/Price Defaults
  • Visualize and Order Art

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GICLEE PRINTING NEWS

The Austin Giclee Printing website has been improved in the following ways:

  • Mobile Friendly
  • Easier Menu Navigation
  • Easier Search for Giclees
  • Search Website by Keywords
  • Giclee Imaging Information
  • Giclee Size and Price Calculators
  • Visualize and Order Your Giclee

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CUSTOM FRAMING NEWS

The Austin Custom Framing website has been improved in the following ways:

  • Mobile Friendly
  • Easier Menu Navigation
  • Search for Frames
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  • Order Your Jersey Framed
  • Visualize Your Image Framed

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Artist
Timothy Woolsey


SHORT BIO and ARTIST STATEMENT– TIM WOOLSEY Tim completed his doctorate in piano performance in 1976 and for 35 years taught undergraduate and graduate piano at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. He has concertized extensively and performance venues have included the National Gallery of Art, the Phillips Collection, and Shatin Town Hall in Hong Kong. He was named Professor Emeritus in 2009. Tim has had a deep interest in art since childhood and is in the process of donating an extensive collection of work on paper to the School of Art and Design at Texas State. He began taking art lessons nine years ago after retiring from Texas State. Having studied the portraits of Diego Velazquez, Rembrandt, and other great portraitists all his life, he tries to capture the “life behind the eyes” of each of the people he has painted. He has always loved the French master pastel artists such as de La Tour and was drawn to pastel early on in his art making. He has painted commissioned portraits of people who live here in Austin as well as people he met during various trips: Kenya, Great Britain, Spain, France. Though he has concentrated on portraiture, more recently the beautiful scenery of coastal Maine has motivated him to paint landscapes. He has participated in shows sponsored by the Austin Pastel Society and has won top prizes from that organization three times including First Prize for Portraiture in 2017 and 2019. He has also shown in "We, the People" a portrait show sponsored by the city of Keller, Texas. Three submitted works were accepted into the Bon Voyage Online Gallery sponsored by the Round Rock Arts Council. He has participated in the 6”Squared Exhibition, the Portrait Society of America Texas Members Only Exhibit, the Austin Chocolate and Art show, the Old Bakery Emporium show in December of 2018, “Blend”at Austin Art and Frame in March of 2019 and Art After Dark, and Free as a Bird shows at the Lost Pines Art Center in Bastrop, TX. His teachers have been Polly Lanning Sparrow, Neal Wilson, Eve Larson, Danny Grant, and DK Richardson. His website is timwoolseyart.com and his user name on YouTube is kevasman if you’re interested in some of his piano performances and a short artist talk.

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