The Bank Left Gallery featured artist for January 2007 is Palouse bronze sculptor Tim Doebler.
Tim has been working with the WSU Fine Arts Department since 1984.
His work is an intriguing collection of abstract and innovative forms.

The opening reception with the artist will be on January 6th from 1:00pm - 5:00pm.
There will be a musical performance by Moscow musician Charlie Sutton.
This bronze exhibit will run from January 6th through the 27th

"I first saw Tim Doebler's art about 13 or 14 years ago during an art exhibit at the U of I Pritchard Gallery. I was taking art classes at U of I, and his art, for me, was mesmerizing. I was amazed by the scale of his work, the originality of his ideas, and the new interpretation of bronze, blending abstract and real forms. Life has come full circle, and now he is having an exhibit in my gallery."

- Nelson Duran

Tim Doebler was born in Dayton Ohio in 1951. After a stint in the army, Tim attended The Dayton Art Institute where he earned a Merit Scholarship. He graduated from Ohio University with a BFA in sculpture in 1979 and earned his Masters of Fine Arts from Washington State University in 1984. Since 1984 Tim has worked as an Instructional Technician in the Fine Arts Department at WSU. Tim lives with his family in Palouse, Washington.

Tim Doebler has shown his art work in the Museum of Art at WSU faculty shows as well as several group shows throughout the Northwest. These include "Inside and Out of the Palouse" at the Pritchard Gallery in 1991 and "Northwest Ironworks" also at the Pritchard Gallery, in 1998. Tim participated in a group show in Vladvostok, Russia, and in shows at the Kieling Gallery in Aurora, Oregon, the Nightingale Gallery at Eastern Oregon University, and the Bank Left Gallery in Palouse, Washington.

The Bank Left Gallery -- 100 South Bridge Street, Palouse, WA 99161

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm, or by appointment
Nelson Duran and Pamela Duran, 509.878.8425