Timothy K. Brady, courtesy image.
“My wife, Lorna, and I live in Grand Junction, Colo. We have two children and three grandsons that also live in Grand Junction.
“I practiced Chiropractic medicine for 31 years in Grand Junction at the Brady Chiropractic Group, LLC, and retired from practice in 2009. I now teach anatomy, physiology, and biodiversity.as an adjunct professor at Colorado Christian University.
“For many years I took a variety of art classes and painted in the live studio at the Art Center in Grand Junction. I have taken classes and painted in oils, acrylics, pastels and watercolors. I prefer working in watercolors.
“Since 2015. I have been the president of the Western Colorado Watercolor Society (WCWS). For the last seven years, I have entered the Rockies West National Watercolor Show held annually in March at the Art Center in Grand Junction and been accepted three times, giving me signature status with the WCWS. I have also entered the Member’s show every year offered since 2015, and have won multiple awards in both of these shows.
“I have also facilitated and taught both watercolor classes and studio classes.
“What I enjoy the most is painting and drawing quickly, working with live models, plein air and photographs. I also enjoy working with students who want to learn how to improve their own artwork.
“I am very excited about displaying my artwork at the Montrose Center for the Arts, as well as offering the opportunity for artists to have some of their work critiqued and be given the opportunity to correct some flaws in their own paintings.”
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A collection of Tim’s bright and vivid watercolor paintings will be on display throughout the month of May in the Center’s gallery. MCA will have a live reception featuring Brady’s art on Friday, May 7 from 5-7 pm. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be available. Unfortunately, Tim will be unable to attend Friday’s reception, but he will be back in Montrose for a “Meet and Greet” reception at MCA Thursday, May 13, 5-6 pm followed by a critique session 6-7:30 pm. Tim’s critique session is open to all artists at no charge. Those in attendance can bring two watercolor paintings for Tim to critique and help fix, if needed.