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Timothy Worachek

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11 x 14" (finished size, with gray mat)

Fine Point Black Marker on Parchment Card Stock

$ 38.00

Throughout his life he has created art as a teacher, photographer, sign artist, a display artist, graphic artist, package designer, cartographer, illustrator, theatrical set designer, and sculptor.  Timothy loves working with all kinds of tools and materials that he uses to create his art.  He also enjoys creating mixed media sculptures as in yard art of a 60-inch dragonfly and consultant using creative problem solving. He has illustrated hundreds of very detailed science fiction images of robots, spaceships, and mechanical critters.  He has published thirty-seven books with two more in the works.

 Timothy L. Worachek has been an artist ever since he was very young.  He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education in 1977. He has retired from teaching art to over 12,000 students during his 35 years of teaching art in central, and northern Wisconsin.  He has used his sculptural skills in the restoration of sixty-seven life sized statues from Holy Hill, Wisconsin. It took him eight years to complete during summers while he was teaching during the school year.


He has also restored seven marble life-size statues from the Marion Shrine and another twenty-five statues for churches, shrines, and cemeteries in Wisconsin.  They were made of stone, marble, concrete, plaster, and ceramics. Timothy restored another 120 marble headstones from the 1700’s through the 1800’s, also in the state of Wisconsin. He was an apprentice to the famous metal sculptor Dr. Every, from Baraboo, WI for one summer.



His current artwork includes ceramic vases, sculptures, abstract and imaginary paintings, illustrations of robotic and mechanical images, and most recently earrings and necklaces that use gears and parts from many grandfather clocks.

He loves to share his love of art, and learning through his teaching, and through his art in publications, displays at art festivals, and art galleries.

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