Timothy Gierschick II

Timothy Gierschick (b. 1976, Reading, PA) is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, PA. His paintings and works on paper have been exhibited and collected both nationally and internationally, including by Duane Morris LLP offices worldwide, and Capital One Bank NA. Timothy earned his Bachelor of Arts, concentrating in Printmaking, from Messiah College in 2000. He is also employed by the Barnes Foundation as preparator.

Books mentioned at the end of the interview are Mona, by Pola Oloixarac: and Zen Mind by Suzuki.

Bad Blood, latex and enamel on rag paper, 36 x 30”, 2021
The Skater, latex and enamel on rag paper, 40 x 30”, 2021.
Junkie, latex and enamel on found panel, 19 x 40”, 2020
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  1. […] Timothy Gierschick II spent the first half of 2020 unable to go into his studio due to potential exposure to Coronavirus. Instead, he worked on small projects at home. After about six months he moved back to working in his studio and began working on larger, more extensive pieces. Throughout the lockdown, he continued his job as a preparator at a Philadelphia museum where he was a quasi-essential worker ensuring that the art remained in good condition while the museum stayed closed. Gierschick works primarily on found panels, though he occasionally paints on canvas and does enjoy painting on paper. To hear more about his work, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Timothy Gierschick II spent the first half of 2020 unable to go into his studio due to potential exposure to Coronavirus. Instead, he worked on small projects at home. After about six months he moved back to working in his studio and began working on larger, more extensive pieces. Throughout the lockdown, he continued his job as a preparator at a Philadelphia museum where he was a quasi-essential worker ensuring that the art remained in good condition while the museum stayed closed. Gierschick works primarily on found panels, though he occasionally paints on canvas and does enjoy painting on paper. To hear more about his work, listen to the complete interview. […]