Lens Aberrations in an Icy Cavern
Dreamscapes · 11. December 2022
I saw something in the lenses accumulating in my peculiar collection. Assembled in a row they guard the entrance to an icy cavern. Sometimes things small and ordinary become huge and overwhelming. Walk among the distortions and see if you can find yourself.

Expanding Cosmos in Half a Box
Kinetic Sculpture · 19. November 2022
So I said to myself “You need to expand your universe”. Heck I need to create my universe....

Snake in the Grass
Kinetic Sculpture · 17. August 2022
Snakes transpose on multiple realities. Beginning with the decapitation of the smaller snake.

Baade's Window Gimbal
Kinetic Sculpture · 24. June 2022
Just completed another kinetic sculpture named Cosmic Clamshell Gimbal. This is number 6 in a series. Pictures show front and back view with almost innumerable options of faces and spacial orientation. The concept I am working with invites the viewer to move the various pieces of the art in an arrangement to their liking.

Mirror Box Gimbal
Kinetic Sculpture · 21. February 2022
This is my fifth gimbal art inspired by the story of Plato's Cave. There are two realities depicted by two paintings. One painting is hidden on the backside of the visible painting and can only be seen in small segments when one is gazing into the spaces between the circular panels.

Sweet's Juncture
Dreamscapes · 22. March 2018
Two worlds revealed in a bursting sky. Sound waves broadcasting the news with out words.

Show at Art Castle in Delaware, Ohio
New Symmetry · 30. November 2017
Tim Bachman Mandala Exhibit at the The Arts Castle The show is on now through January 12, 2018. http://artscastle.org/exhibits/ The Arts Castle is exhibiting over 35 of my mandala art and nine kinetic sculptures.


Dreamscapes · 18. February 2016
This year's photographic theme is focusing on unfocused atmospheres. Following our journey through New Mexico last month and a surreal drive through pogonip (a form of freezing fog). This ancient train caboose is moving into a distant past.

Dreamscapes · 06. December 2014
This video explores one’s perception of time relative to events, emotions and memories. It uses the various states of water, wind and nature to tell the story. Time and how we measure our moments is more than the mechanical devices or electronic timers we respond to daily. What happens in one special moment lives on through out our lives while another moment of the same duration is barely noticed. Enjoy my four minute video and tell me if you found it memorable. Click on the "HD" in the video...

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