The Best of the Best: Contemporary Wildlife Art Retrospective Exhibit and Sale on display until December 31

Tim Cherry

Tim Cherry, <em>Rabbit Reach</em>, 2005, bronze, 22 x 40 x 10 in. Collection of the artist Tim Cherry, Rabbit Reach, 2005, bronze, 22 x 40 x 10 in. Collection of the artist
Tim Cherry, <em>Arctic Ghost</em>, 2012, bronze, 19 x 8 x 5 in. Collection of the artist Tim Cherry, Arctic Ghost, 2012, bronze, 19 x 8 x 5 in. Collection of the artist
Tim Cherry

Cherry was born in Calgary, Alberta - Canada and raised in Nelson and Prince George, British Columbia and has been highly regarded by his peers early on in his career. He was elected to membership in the National Sculpture Society and National Sculptors Guild at the young age of 30. His work depicts wildlife, and grace homes, public places, and exhibits internationally, as well as numerous national magazines. Cherry has won many prestigious awards including the James Earl Fraser Sculpture Award in 2001 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum during the Prix de West Invitational, and several awards from the National Sculpture Society. In addition, he has placed many monumental sculptures in the US and Canada.