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Blue Mesa Review - Santa Fe Dream
Dear Timothy Phillips,
Thank you for sending us "santa Fe Dream." we love it and would like to publish it in the next issue of Blue Mesa Review (the first attached piece titled ,,Santa Fe Dream"). Can you please confirm it's still available? please 
Thanks again.



Sent by Debra Eck on 03:55 fifA5/2019
Message about your submissions to 'Blue Mind'
The message below relates to the following submissions you made to 'Blue Mind'. J _ . "True Blue" made on 09/0412019
Dear Artist - yow work has been selected for inclusion in our exhibition Blue Mind. Please send an email to the 'gallery to acknowledge your intent to exhibit the selected work at 3rdon3rdgallery@gmailcom. We will then send you a copy of the standard gallery contract for you to sign and return to the gallery with the work. W.e cannot exhibit work without the signed contract. If you are no longer interested, please do us the courtesy of an email or message so we know a lot to expect your work - thank you. Please send your work to the gallery no later than May 30th. We strongly recommend that you do NOT ship any work with glass in the frames. Local artists who are hand delivering their work may do so May 28th,29th, or 30th. The gal1ery is open 10am -6pm 3rd on 3rd Gallery Reg Lenna Center for The Arts 1 16 East Third Street Jamestown, NY ATA| Attn: Deb Eck
We cannot guarantee that late arriving work will be exhibited.
The exhibition opens on June lst. There will be a series of public events over the course of the exhibition and artists will receive an email notification as soon as all the details are finalized
Again, congratulations and I look forward to seeing your work in person, best Deb Eck

See Me Exhibition Space After Party Digital Display

Congratulations x One Self

Serena at See

Dear Timothy,

Thank you for your participation in SeeMe’s One Self competition, celebrating identity and self-reflection.  We are thrilled to be creating with you!

We’re excited to share that your work will be digitally exhibited June 13th at the Chashama Gala & Afterparty in New York City! Your submission is being reviewed by the One Self jury panel with winning artists to be announced in the coming days.

This year, ChaShaMa has converted the 66th floor of One World Trade Center into a massive maze of artistic wonder, featuring bearded ladies, pole-dancing spirographs, and surprises around every corner.

Get your ticket here to experience an outrageous array of 200+ performances, installations, and interactive environments at the Chashama Art Party! Use Discount Code: ArtPartyFriends for 50% off of tickets (Expires May 31st, 2019).

Thank you for being a member of SeeMe, we are so proud to have you in our community. Please keep an eye out on our emails and stay tuned for the Grand Prize Winner announcement!

All the best,


RE: [Genre: Urban Arts] Windows To My Soul 1 message Genre: Urban Arts 
Dear Timothy Phillips,
Thank you for your submission to Genre: Urban Arts and sending us "Windows To My Soul". We love it and would like to publish it in the next issue of Genre: Urban Arts.
Website lf there are other submissions that accompanied the accepted submission, they will be published on the site Once your work is scheduled on the site, we will contact you. lf you do not approve of having your work on, please respond to this correspondence with your objection, and it will be removed from our list.
Genre: Urban Arts is a platform where artists can become published digitally and in print. Genre: Urban Arts also provides exhibiting and performing opportunities for visual and performance artists via pop-up galleries. Please support us in our mission by purchasing copies of the print and other merchandise on our site's shop.
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Sincerely, Nakeysha Roberts Washington & Genre: Urban Arts Editorial 

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Cosumnes River Journal 

Mon, Mar 4, 11:44 PM

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Dear Timothy Phillips, Thank you very much for your submission to the Cosumnes River Journal. We are pleased to report that we have accepted "North Shore Beach". We love it and would like to publish it in the next issue of the Cosumnes River Journal. Please send us a fifty-word biographical statement (written from the third person perspective) ASAP, no later than March 19, 2019. The 2019 edition will be distributed on May 16, 2019, from 6:30-8 p.m., on the CRC campus, in the Winn Center Community Room (WIN-150), We hope you will join us to read your writing or show off your art. (Please note: parking on campus is $2, and passes can be purchased in the lots.) Additionally, we are happy to send each artist three complimentary copies. Please send us your mailing address. Thank you very much for sharing your work with us. We are sincerely grateful. Sincerely, Heather Hutcheson Cosumnes River Journal

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Chestnut Review 

Tue, Jun 18, 1:37 PM (11 days ago)

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Dear Timothy Phillips,

Congratulations! This message confirms the acceptance of your work to Chestnut Review. We loved your piece and consider it a blessing to have it appear in the magazine. 

Your painting "Corner Of The Hemmingway House" will appear in the Summer 2019 issue of Chestnut Review.

We'll be in touch regarding proofing prior to the issue's release. Please confirm that the piece is still available as soon as possible. Any additional pieces you submitted we hereby release with the hope that they also find their places elsewhere.

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Our Stories Out Front

Jun 18, 2019, 12:13 PM (11 days ago)

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Dear Timothy, 
Thank you for your submission to “OurVoices, OutFront”. We would like to publish your submission "Nature is Calling” in the June issue of the journal. Your included biography was very detailed but too long for including in the issue. Could you please edit this down to 250-300 characters in length? Please send it to by the end of day on Thursday, June 20th. 

Additionally, please read our publishing agreement below & reply to this email with "I Agree." 

The work submitted is original and created by you, the author. 

You understand your work may be copy edited or reformatted prior to publication. We may also make content-based editorial suggestions, which you may take into consideration. OutFront will not significantly edit your work. 

You release to OurVoices, OutFront, meaning that once your work is published by OurVoices, OutFront, all rights revert to you, the author. You retain copyright and may publish this work elsewhere once the one-time rights of OutFront are executed via publication. 

You consent to the use of your name and any biographical information you provide to fire borderlines for any subsequent website or social media sites or promotions and in onsite and external marketing efforts, including, but not limited to, social media, contributor page content and press releases distributed to media. 

You indemnify OutFront—that is, you grant immunity—from any copyright your submitted work may infringe upon. 

You understand that there is no monetary compensation provided for your published work. However, you will receive one copy of the journal as well as a 10% discount on additional copies purchased. 

Thank you for your work, and congratulations. 

The Editors

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Castabout Art & Literature Magazine

Deat Timothy F Phillips RE: [Castabout Art & Literature] [Congratulations!] 3 messages Castabout Art & Literature at 4:33 pM To: timphilli a Submibtable


Dear Timothy Phillips, Congratulations! This message confirms the acceptance of one of your submissions "Flock Of Feather" to the cover of an upcoming publication of Castabout Art and Literature. We hope that you will allow us to publish your work on the cover. Your submission was excellent! Thank you so much for submitting it. Thanks again. Sincerely, Nathan Dantoin Castabout Art and Literature Click here to confirm acceptance:

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Flock Of Feathers will be on the cover of their newest publication





Timothy Phillips was born on the bitter cold day of January 15th 1963 he stands as a self-taught artist in the naive & Folksy, Primitive style, he was coloring and drawing on paper before he learned to read and write. He was drawing pictures of his surroundings, mountains, valleys and streams & farm houses with colorful details. Later on in his school years he flourished in art class. He moved quite often through his teen years and therefore had many new surroundings to paint and draw. After High school he entered the Army specializing in communications. After 3 years of service out of the country he returned to his home town of Coudersport Pa. Throwing himself back into his art he did paintings of homes around the vicinity where he resided.


His paintings always have meanings to them, a memory, a favorite place he may have visited, or just the beauty of a mountain side with a little stream and a cottage placed perfectly. He bought a Winnebago and traveled to every state in the country painting along the way, selling his art at festivals and art shows. Over 25 years ago he settled here on Miami Beach painting everything he saw. He sold his art through galleries such as the Creative Frame Gallery in Bal Harbor and the Bass Museum . He worked hanging art for years and therefore was around clients all the time, working on perfecting his craft.


His art is in private collections around the world With collectors such as Lady Sarah Churchill and Prince Agon Furstenberg, and Guy Burgose. He's had one man and group shows around the Fort Lauderdale area in museums and galleries. Including a group show in the Fort Lauderdale public library. He recently donated a painting to the organization "Painting Out Poverty" in Washington D.C.


Artist Statement


"I've always considered myself to be a naive primitive and folksy type artist I've loved Grandma Moses she inspired me so much in my teens I later began to enjoy Henrik Rousseau, Mikhail Larionov and Paul Klee...


The themes of my art go from skylines to landscapes to famous homes and hotels around Miami and the Florida Keys and the world. I love the skylines for the many shapes and colors of buildings layered on top and around each other at the same time I love doing landscapes because of the beauty and simplicity of a single tree the layers of colors and shapes and forms always allow me to paint in depth mixing and twisting branches around each other as well I love painting the architecture of famous buildings & homes with my niave twist, Like the famous painters The Highway Men, it seems I can create a mood that's simple in style and get that glowing effect when I use my colors wisely. It's a dream coming true on canvas...


I am constantly learning new ways to create a certain feeling with every brushstroke of color from my paint brush."


Timothy F. Phillips


 Inspiration: my grandmother at age ten with my first paint set.
         Education: I studied art in High School at the Coudersport Jr, Sr. High.
Becoming a self taught artist into my late 20's after a 3 years in the
U.S. Army. I moved to Miami around 1989 or so. And met my mentor Gustavo Novoa. I was his personal assistant for more than 14 years, doing everything and anything to do with art. Shipping receiving hanging and delivering networking etc.
He took me under his wing to show me techniques he used through his career starting out in chili. As a  young artist. 
After some time my art became identifiable with certain themes, treatments of colors and careful brushstrokes that do not always result in a common style,  My style became naïve' / primitive. 
I began painting cityscapes , country sides , and tropical foliage with beautiful florida homes and tropical birds in their natural surroundings.
Being from Pennsylvania I still paint Northern themes and hunting cottages from time to time. I've lived all over the United States from traveling for 5 years from state to state doing art fairs and shows in all different states. Picking up different types of trees and landscapes along the way.
I've lived on Miami Beach for over 25 years on Byron ave.
I paint out of my house here on the beach.

I Have been changing up my backgrounds with emotional skies, and using the many photographs I've taken over the years, using shading values more and more to show depth and distance in my art.  I have been doing a lot of detailed work right down to the blades of grass and feathers on the birds.
I have done a few abstracts which is teaching me even more about the mixture of colors and how to layer them properly to get a certain feel and look to my art, making it even more joyful and colorful than ever.

I Have used acrylic on canvas for years. It is my favorite medium to use.
You can easily remove wet paint with a damp rag, and start over the area,
or you can easily paint over the area to correct what may be out of form
or out of place at that point in the painting. 
Acrylics are very forgiving in this sense


I started out with small shows. At Bass Museum Of Art in 2002 to 2004, 
I had a show at the Fort Lauderdale Public Library with other Artist
from the area. 
Along with shows at different small establishments like coffee houses
and diners and cafés from West Palm Beach to the Florida Keys.
I just finished a show at Emerson & Dorsch Gallery ( The "I See The Spot
Light In You" Show,  In the Wynwood
Design District of Miami with Artist and Curator Clifton Childree.
I recently signed a 2 year contract with Artlink Co. being their first choice
 in their newest venture with Holland Cruise Lines, and have my art 
for sale on several of the Holland Cruise Line Ships 
I am the featured Artist on the December 21st Issue of A 5 Art Magazine
out the U.K. and distributed around the world, I was chosen from 100's of submissions.

I've had my photography Digitally featured at the Musee Du Louvre in 
Paris in 2017. 
My art is in the private collections of Lady Sarah Churchill, 
Prince Egon von Furstenberg , Guy Burgos, Doctors Michael & Lois Krop
founder of the Krop High School In Aventura, Bill Drake founder of 
American Spirit Co. among many others


I am looking to rent a space in Miami for the year of 2019 to show
my art work and others to the community.
I have submitted art to several art magazines and galleries around the world
I am working with William Etundi Jr. founder of See.Me on several
possibilities on getting more exposure like he did for me
at the Louvre. 

I've always been inspired by Grandma Moses, and her works of art
and life time achievements. I have always been inspired by
Georgia O'Keeffe visiting her gallery in Santa Fe several times,
and her life time achievements. 
Gustavo Novoa has always been an inspiration as he started young
like myself and has become famous world wide, with 
Wally Findlay Galleries. 
Claude Monet is also inspiration.

I love character acting, Like I did at the Emerson & Dorsch show
I played a character and read a poem with my music playing
Called " The Phantoms Red Cloak " along with my art on 
their walls at the time.  I have played many different 
characters in my YouTube video's through the years.
I have written many songs and lyrics, I enjoy playing the piano
and playing the guitar.
I have written poetry since I was very young it has helped
me throughout the years to deal with anything thrown my way.
As well I love the football season. It's my time of year to enjoy.



I feel blessed to be able to bring joy to peoples lives
Through my art and sharing my talent.