“Drawing is the honesty of the art. There is no possibility of cheating. It is either good or bad. That's why I am addicted. Playing with contrast, shapes and tone is such a joy.”
Tianyin (Tim) Wang is an artist who works primarily in the medium of charcoal and is inspired by nature to recreate his very personal vison of it. He started to develop his drawing technique using a combination of different charcoals to achieve his quintessential style, which he describes as ‘motion impressionism”.
He creates each piece freehand and without any guidelines, as he feels that his helps him to capture movement and energy with greater authority. When he works on a new composition, he normally starts from the point which interests him the most, and then moves on from that pivotal point slowly enlarging his focal area.
Tim began his career with a degree in Illustration from Arts University in Bournemouth. He worked as a digital-based editorial illustrator with many prestigious clients including Oxford University Press, Bloomsbury Publishing and STYLIST magazine, before embarking on a career as an artist and now lives in London.