Guest Artist~ Tim Nyberg

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“I’m constantly exploring in my art – not afraid to try new things – not afraid to fail. Really, what’s the worst that can happen? I’ve wasted a little paint. I just paint over it and the underlying ‘failed experiment’ just adds to the richness of the new image.” ~Tim Nyberg

Hello friends! We’re featuring another guest artist, and friend of mine, Tim Nyberg, on ChinDeep today. Tim is a phenomenal artist who creates out of his beautiful studio, Gallery 42, in Door County Wisconsin. He is also the co-author of the famous and hilarious “Duct Tape Books.”

We got to meet Tim while touring Door County a few years ago, and I’m not ashamed to say I gushed a little when I shook his hand. We talked with him and sipped a little vino while he worked on a painting and had a great time viewing his original art. He’s not only a talented artist, he’s one of the most friendly, and down to earth people you’ll ever meet. I highly recommend stopping at his gallery the next time you’re visiting the Door County peninsula. His artwork is AWESOME! Check out his paintings, blog and other fun information on his website at

Jeff, Tim, Gracie and Me

Gallery 42

Another friend, fellow author, and blogger, Rick DiBiasio, featured Tim as a guest artist awhile back, and I love the article he wrote about him. Couldn’t have said it better myself!

from the Beverage Series by Tim Nyberg

from the Abstract Series by Tim Nyberg

~Melissa Placzek

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  2 comments for “Guest Artist~ Tim Nyberg

  1. Kimber Dunn
    November 11, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    OMG I love, love, love his abstract series!!! I didn’t realize he was in Door County. I keep hearing great things about it, and this is just another reason to go for a weekend!!

  2. admin
    November 12, 2010 at 12:13 am

    I didn’t realize he was in Door County until we heard about his gallery on a complimentary tour cd we picked up while touring the peninsula. When we heard that he was there i said to Jeff, “We’ve GOT to turn around!” and the rest is history. Met Tim, exchanged emails, kept in touch, and what can I say? Love his work! He’s a great guy, and a talented artist.

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