October 4th, 2012 - Long Beach, CA
"I come from a line of fine artists, my father and uncles were sculptors, painters, designers and illustrators. I avoided art for most of my life because I couldn't compete with their incredible talents. And then I began a photographic journey that led me here and I claimed the artistic heritage that was always mine," said Long Beach artist Timothy Bulone of his artistic inclinations. "Unlike my uncles, my "originals" are digital files that barely exist in the physical world and have all the mass of a wisp of smoke and yet manifest as these rich prints based on my own memory of places I have been or seen."
One Saturday each month Santa Ana art galleries and businesses in the arts district stay open late while art lovers stroll from door to door enjoying the many varied works of art on exhibit for the occasion. This Saturday, October 6th, the works of Timothy Bulone will be on display in the loft offices of Foodbeast and Rudeluv Marketing at 305 W. 4th Street (just west of Broadway) in Santa Ana.
Bulone's works will include framed canvas and fine art prints as well as matted prints. Most depict California landscapes and landmarks. "I have a varied selection of subjects, but these represent some of my favorite and most popular images," Bulone said of the works that have been selected for exhibition. Bulone, who began his photographic work as a news photographer, captures the original images digitally then modifies them to imbue sentimentality or emotion.
The Santa Ana Artwalk begins at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and lasts until 11 p.m. For further information contact the artist by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .