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Tim Daly

Hoboken, New Jersey

Evening Drinks With ‘Sandinista’ by Tim DalyRealist painter Tim Daly was born and raised in Jersey City, attended Catholic schools and the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and has lived in Hoboken so long he remembers when it was cheap. His studio is in the landmark Neumann Leathers building, also in Hoboken. He is best known for his landscape paintings of Jersey City and Hudson County and for his mural series in the south mezzanine N.J. Transit’s Secaucus Junction Rail Station.

Tim has had numerous solo shows including the Hoboken Historical Museum show “Important Clouds or Favorite Things” in the spring of 2014; “Drawings, Drawings for Paintings, Paintings” at the PVS Gallery, Hoboken, in 2012; “Here and Away” at The Jersey City Museum at the Majestic in Jersey City in 2010; “Riverine” at DFN Gallery, New York  City in 2005; and “City Edge” at the Hoboken Historical Museum in 2001. Additionally, Tim has been part of many group shows in New York and around the U.S.

Tim has received four NJ State Council on the Arts Fellowship Grants for painting and drawing. Furthermore, his work is represented in various collections including that of Malcolm Forbes, Prudential Insurance Company, The Newark Public Library Print Collection, Rutgers University, The U.S. Department of State, and writer Nick Tosches.

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