My name is Tim Miklos. I graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1992. I started out in the art field working as an airbrush apprentice/graphic designer and then eventually becoming the owner of my own custom airbrush store from 1998 to 2008. After a short stay in Myrtle Beach, SC working as an airbrush/henna tattoo artist, I soon returned to the Pittsburgh, PA area in 2009. I am currently freelancing out of a private studio (iPaint Airbrush Studio) located in Bethel Park, PA . My professionally airbrushed artwork has been seen in the Pittsburgh area for almost 20 years now. I have painted just about every subject matter that exists, but I enjoy painting portraits the most. I try to freehand absolutely everything I can to avoid that airbrushed “stenciled” look.
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©Tim Miklos 2013
My newest painting “Warpaint 2” is finally finished. I have been working on this one for most of the summer. She was painted with acrylics,newspaper, and charcoal pencils on a 33" by 48" piece of found drywall. #ipaintairbrushstudio #art #timmiklos #warpaint #nativeamerican #southwest #painting #airbrush #pittsburgh
“Pinhead” from the movie Hellraiser, was the last painting that I did in 2013. It was painted on a “Recycled/Found” 24" by 33"piece of drywall. The medium that I used was acrylic paint and newspaper. Had some fun with this one…may have to do a horror movie character series of these in 2014??
This is the third painting in a new series that I am working on. This one was inspired by a frequent visitor to my backyard. My style has evolved into a mixture of realism and expressionism. In my current pieces, I am trying to spark a personal connection by using color and composition in such a way that engages the viewer on some level. There is energy in my painting process; I want them to expe…
Just posted my second painting in my new series entitled “Warpaint”. This piece was inspired by a poem that I read. Thanks for looking.