Artsuite - Raspberry Chocolate Pillow - Original artwork by Tim Lytvinenko.  Experimenting heavily with print processes and manipulating digital photographs, Lytvinenko creates emotional and detailed multi-media works on the subject of self.  Mixed Media - Red, blue, gold, and black acrylic paint, gel, pigment print on metallic paper mounted on wood panel.  Size is 80 × 72 inches.

TIM LYTVINENKO

Liminality | Mixed Media | 2018

 

With a background in computer science and 15 years as a fine art and documentary photographer, Tim explores ideas of what it means to be human.  Experimenting heavily with print processes and manipulating digital photographs, Lytvinenko creates emotional and detailed multi-media works on the subject of self.  Liminality is a transition for Tim and his work, influenced by the passing of his mother, during which he stood at the threshold of his previous self and a new self.

 

Size

72 × 80 inches - Unframed

 

Materials

Acrylic paint, gel, pigment print on metallic paper mounted on wood panel

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

Raspberry Chocolate Pillow

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TIM LYTVINENKO

Liminality | Mixed Media | 2018

 

With a background in computer science and 15 years as a fine art and documentary photographer, Tim explores ideas of what it means to be human.  Experimenting heavily with print processes and manipulating digital photographs, Lytvinenko creates emotional and detailed multi-media works on the subject of self.  Liminality is a transition for Tim and his work, influenced by the passing of his mother, during which he stood at the threshold of his previous self and a new self.

 

Size

72 × 80 inches - Unframed

 

Materials

Acrylic paint, gel, pigment print on metallic paper mounted on wood panel

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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Tim Lytvinenko

Raleigh, NC
PAINTING
MIXED MEDIA

Unlike the kids his age who were afraid of the dark, photographer and printmaker Tim Lytvinenko spent a good chunk of his childhood angling to spend more time in dark rooms. He took his first photography class in third grade and was fascinated by all of it, but found his sweet spot under the red lights of the darkroom. Through timing and tweaking different elements — exposure, developer, stop bath,...