Tim Fitzgerald Studio



First exposed to studio art as an undergraduate in college at the University of New Hampshire while pursuing his premed studies, Fitzgerald’s passion for both art and medicine had begun. Since then, he has practiced medicine and has created art for over 30 years, finding that both professions share similar healing characteristics.

During his undergraduate studies, Fitzgerald's father passed away from a long battle with cancer. He turned to art in part to create a sculpture to honor his father's memory but also found the process very healing at the same time. He feels strongly that art can heal not only through the creative aspect but also from being in its presence. Artwork can be moving or evocative on many levels not only through its beauty but also on a deeper emotional level.

After taking numerous studio classes in college, he continued his art study through numerous workshops with nationally known artists as well as an intensive summer of study of bas-relief sculpture at the St. Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish NH.  His art studies have been in the areas of both painting and sculpture. His painting studies have focused primarily on pastels having done portraits, still-life and landscape. His sculpture studies and work have primarily focused on portrait and figurative work both in cast bronze and cold cast bronze or bonded bronze with a special emphasis on bas-relief sculpture.

Fitzgerald accepts commissions and can produce a one-of-a-kind work that can become a family heirloom. From a three-dimensional garden bronze of the grandkids and the family pet to a beautiful relief of a bride on her special day, the work can be done from existing photos, or he can photograph the subject or subjects himself.  Satisfaction with the final work is guaranteed. Fitzgerald currently resides in the coastal region of New Hampshire.                      





National Sculpture Society

Portrait Society of America