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Tim Cotterill, Frogman [Biography]

Tim Cotterill, Frogman

The childhood adventures in the woods and streams of the English countryside were very influential in Tim Cotterill's development as an artist. “This was the beginning of a life-long fascination with an animal whose nature and disposition would influence my own perspective on life and the joy to be found in it. I didn’t know then that I would someday be known as The Frogman." Tim began his life as an artist creating original steel, bronze and gold animal sculptures as well as an innovative collection of wheeled vehicles. Tim moved to California in 1990 and built his Venice Beach studio, 'Paradise', complete with a frog and koi pond. Here, he devotes himself to the creation of his unique bronze frog sculptures. His work is known worldwide in galleries and private collections.

The bright patinas, unique artistic treatment and facial expressions of Frogman sculptures captivate and intrigue a diverse group of people. Tim Cotterill's colorful, expressive bronze sculptures and his enthusiastic personality create an immediate connection with his collectors. The community of Frogman collectors eagerly awaits the release of each new sculpture that Tim creates, united in their appreciation of his creativity and craftsmanship. New enthusiasts continue to emerge, as many are introduced to the charm of Frogman sculptures and to Frogman himself at gallery appearances worldwide.

Tim Cotterill, The Frogman

Arrow

Bronze

Aurora

Bronze

Bali

Bronze

Bugsy

Bronze

Casanova

Bronze

Cattail

Bronze

Chai

Bronze

Chester

Bronze

Clover

Bronze

Digger

Bronze

Dimples

Bronze

Fiji

Bronze

Gem

Bronze

Hiding Out

Bronze

High Tea

Bronze

Hug

Bronze

Hungover

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Indigo

Bronze

Iris

Bronze

Jasmine

Bronze

Jitterbug

Bronze

Joyride

Bronze

Jump Start

Bronze

Lucky Bug

Bronze

Magnolia

Bronze

Ollie -

Bronze

Orchid

Bronze

Pekoe

Bronze

Poinsettia

Bronze

Pond Pals

Bronze

Portobello

Bronze

Rockefeller

Bronze

Salsa

Bronze

Sidekick

Bronze

Stealth

Bronze

Sunbather

Bronze

Sunflower

Bronze

Tag

Bronze

Tahiti

Bronze

Tea Garden

Bronze

The Hunt

Bronze

The Kiss

Bronze

Tortola

Bronze

Twister

Bronze

Waterlily

Bronze

Zen

Bronze

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Maui

Bronze

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Noel

Bronze

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Rudolf

Bronze

Tim Cotterill, Frogman

The childhood adventures in the woods and streams of the English countryside were very influential in Tim Cotterill's development as an artist. “This was the beginning of a life-long fascination with an animal whose nature and disposition would influence my own perspective on life and the joy to be found in it. I didn’t know then that I would someday be known as The Frogman." Tim began his life as an artist creating original steel, bronze and gold animal sculptures as well as an innovative collection of wheeled vehicles. Tim moved to California in 1990 and built his Venice Beach studio, 'Paradise', complete with a frog and koi pond. Here, he devotes himself to the creation of his unique bronze frog sculptures. His work is known worldwide in galleries and private collections.

The bright patinas, unique artistic treatment and facial expressions of Frogman sculptures captivate and intrigue a diverse group of people. Tim Cotterill's colorful, expressive bronze sculptures and his enthusiastic personality create an immediate connection with his collectors. The community of Frogman collectors eagerly awaits the release of each new sculpture that Tim creates, united in their appreciation of his creativity and craftsmanship. New enthusiasts continue to emerge, as many are introduced to the charm of Frogman sculptures and to Frogman himself at gallery appearances worldwide.

Tim Cotterill, The Frogman

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