Tim Wilson says his latest work “examines notions of artifice and image” through their portrayal of “domestic interiors gleaned from television and film.” Newspaper painstakingly depicts a breakfast table painted in purple hues with reflective morning light seen in pale blue passages of paint. The background is void of any detail, forcing the viewer to ponder the careful arrangement of objects on the table. Wilson received an MFA from Yale University School of Art, and has been awarded residencies at Offshore Residency, Sol LeWitt Studio, Shandaken Project, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Most recently, his work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Fahrenheit, Madrid; Alfred University; and the Sardine, Brooklyn. He has been included in several group shows, including, The Flag Art Foundation, New York; Jack Hanley Gallery, New York; and Harper’s Books, East Hampton.