My work as a sculptor for the past twenty eight years has been primarily in the medium of stone from the hardest to the softest, as well from the smallest sculptures to monumental. I have created works in Native Contemporary Sculpture and have created works in the Abstract Contemporary.
Having lived in Santa Fe New Mexico for twenty years has afforded me the opportunity to experience art of all styles and mediums and so i strive to evolve my work to share with the world.” – Tim Shay
Some of Tim’s work includes:
Commissioned in 2008 to create four sculptures for the Medicine Trail on Indian Island via PNHA Director Craig Sanborns’ tenure to beautify the community from a cultural perspective to inspire pride for future generations.
Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium Selected for the 2012 symposium at the University of Maine Orono to create a two piece monumental sculpture for the University Department of Forestry &Wildlife that was made available through a Percent for the Arts of Maine renovation grant for Nutting Hall at the University.
Tim is a Penobscot and has a residence and business – Tim Shay Studios – on Indian Island, Maine.