Tim Lindemann’s beautiful, organic glass sculptures and chandeliers are a product of the vision he had after participating in a class taught by Venetian master Cesare Toffolo, at the famed Pilchuck Glass School in 2000 and through further study with Robert Mickelsen at the Eugene Glass School. Realizing the potential of the medium, he set out on a new course of creativity, challenging the skills he’d honed in the latter part of the 1990s.
The exciting, colorful pieces he’s created since then have gained him a solid following in the increasingly popular field of lampworking. Lindemann draws upon both his childhood experiences in the Santa Barbara mountains, as well as his studies in biology, to inspire the unique naturalistic themes in his work.
He has experimented with many mediums including: stone sculpting, airbrushing, pen and ink, ceramics, jewelry, computer graphics, and mixed media sculpture, but it is the art of working with molten glass that has captured his soul.