Timothy Buckwalter

Originally from Pennsylvania, Timothy Buckwalter (born 1966) now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated magna cum laude from Tyler School of Art. Buckwalter has been included in the Linz Biennale and exhibited in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He writes about art for The East Bay Monthly, KQED FM, and San Francisco Chronicle. Buckwalter helped pioneer the curating of online exhibitions, including his own yearlong weekly drawing shows as well as gigs at The Beholder, Add-Art and SFMOMA. In 2009, he put together the group show “My Certain Fate” for Pharmaka in Los Angeles.



All I ask

All I ask is they not find me guilty. 2008, acrylic ink on paper, 11 x 14 inches


But what if

But what if I end up wanting to be a high school art teacher or something?
2007, acrylic ink on strathmore bristol, 20 x 20 inches


Because grief unites us

Because grief unites us, like the locked antlers of moose who die on their knees in pairs.
2007, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 37 inches



Devotion is a thing

Devotion is a thing that demands motives. 2007, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 52 inches