A graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Tim Murley studied abroad at the
University of Seville (Spain) and the University of Barcelona, as well as at Chateau La Napoule (France).
His paintings have been exhibited at various locations in Massachusetts, including Boston
Logan Airport, Boston City Hall, Boston Children's Museum, Mass. General Hospital, Boston
Children's Hospital, the Judi Rotenberg Gallery, the Holliston Historical Society, Baak Gallery,
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Tofias Gallery, Northampton Center for the Arts, Herter Art
Gallery, Brookline Town Hall and the Longwood Cricket Club.
His works have also been shown at various locations in San Francisco, including the MOMA Artists
Gallery, UCSF Medical Center, North Beach Gallery, Aperto, and Canvas.
His art has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, the Improper Bostonian, the Boston Phoenix, Brookline
Magazine and on the cover of "Young Audiences" catalog.
In addition, his art has been exhibited in Seattle, Dallas, Portland (Maine),
Tokyo, Milan, La Napoule (France), and New York City.
His paintings are in numerous collections around the world.
My new work is created with acrylic paint, oil sticks, china markers and gloss glazes. The
paintings have a rougher, more textured surface.
My themes are inspired by travel, classes, books, music, architecture, relationships, a night
time walk, popular & foreign culture, people-watching, advertising, movies, beauty, even
I don't think it's important where the inspiration comes from; it just needs to exist. I want
to translate those adventures and desires into the work.