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Painter Tim Jaeger, a 2002 Ringling College grad, has long been fascinated with the human figure. But lately Jaeger’s been drawing on his Kentucky boyhood to evoke images of that common barnyard animal, the rooster. “In the body, particularly through the feathers, I began to free myself of the rules that held me down in […]


asset_upload_file427_30746.jpgPainter Tim Jaeger, a 2002 Ringling College grad, has long been fascinated with the human figure. But lately Jaeger’s been drawing on his Kentucky boyhood to evoke images of that common barnyard animal, the rooster. “In the body, particularly through the feathers, I began to free myself of the rules that held me down in my previous works,” he says. You can see his work in a show from SaRtQ (he’s president of the organization) in April; he’ll also be featured in the Fine Art Society Creators and Collectors Tour this March.

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