Presently Tim’s work can be seen at the Cobre Valley Center For the Arts in historic downtown Old Courthouse, Globe, AZ
Also presently in the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame and Museum in Amarillo, TX
As well as the Carson Thomas Gallery on Wickenburg Way in Wickenburg, AZ
Tim Harmon was born in June of 1946 and has lived in Arizona his whole life. He worked on a ranch in New Mexico for some time, yet has done and continues to do most of his cowboying in Arizona.
“To this day, I truly love to work with cattle and horses. In the rugged country of Tonto Basin, Arizona, on a small ranch is where you’ll find me, workin’ my horses and cattle.
Having a pencil in my hand and drawing what I see, is something I’ve always loved to do. I did try painting and found I was slightly colored blind, so that didn’t work out too well. From the time I was a young boy, I whittled wood and felt real natural workin’ with three dimensional form. Once I started working with clay, I knew that was it……I was hooked for good!
As a mostly self-taught sculptor, my first hand cowboying experiences greatly contributed in my ability to tell the tales of the workin’ cowboy life through my sculpture.
My wife, Frankie, and I enjoy meeting people as we travel and show my work.”