Feature Artist: Timothy Matthew Collins

 
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Timothy Matthew Collins (b. 1981) is a collage artist, designer, and architecture educator at the City College of New York. Drawing inspiration from his Catholic faith as well as readings in philosophy and theology—especially the works of Giorgio Agamben, Walter Benjamin, Léon Bloy, and G. K. Chesterton—his art explores Christian Eschatology through mixed media architectural models that incorporate found objects. By filtering modernity’s discordant formalisms through the Catholic imagination, Timothy is working to express the Christological groanings of our throwaway culture.


Timothy’s work has been exhibited in numerous galleries in the United States, as well as Italy and Germany, and is part of several museums’ permanent collections including the National September 11 Memorial Museum. He has contributed to the Church of St. Paul the Apostle as part of the Openings Collective—an initiative of the Paulist Fathers to facilitate dialogue with artists—and serves as Vice-President of Catholic Artist Connection, a digital hub to connect and support Catholic artists in the New York City area.

 
 

Mixed Media Artwork

 

Fascinating found object mixed media works brings unique, modern interpretations to ancient themes. High quality canvas art prints are available for purchase with a variety of sizes and frame styles to perfectly complement your home decor.

 

Watercolor / pen & ink

 

High quality framed and matted art prints are available for purchase with a variety of sizes and frame styles to perfectly complement your home decor.

 
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