Shannon Timura is a mixed media artist who dabbles in Feminine Alchemy - the ability to transform the mundane and ordinary into something delightful. Upcycled textiles and discarded books are my art materials of choice. They are handstitched, glued or “concrete-mached” into whimsical pieces designed to give a feeling of empowerment to the viewer.

 

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Public Art

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Collage Art

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Upcycled Animals

 New Collection coming soon

New Collection coming soon

Public Art Projects

 

Sculpture, Murals, Workshops and More.

 

 
 “Feminine Alchemy” Concrete upcycled bubble blowing girls for Proctor and Gamble’s Olay Campaign. To be featured in O magazine

“Feminine Alchemy” Concrete upcycled bubble blowing girls for Proctor and Gamble’s Olay Campaign. To be featured in O magazine

 Galaxy Cat for Cincinnati’s Petcasso

Galaxy Cat for Cincinnati’s Petcasso

 Year of the Rooster - purchased by Dominion Power

Year of the Rooster - purchased by Dominion Power

 Kelly’s Island Mural

Kelly’s Island Mural

 Big Brothers Big Sisters family play area design and mural

Big Brothers Big Sisters family play area design and mural

 Creativity Series -fashion illustration class in the mall

Creativity Series -fashion illustration class in the mall

Collage Art

 

upcycled papers, discarded books and frames

 

 
 Book Girls in progress

Book Girls in progress

 Serving tray from an old frame

Serving tray from an old frame

 Books are magic - close up.

Books are magic - close up.

Upcycled Animals

My urban animal art dolls are created from upcycled, found materials. They can be posed to hold signs, sit on bookshelves or be desk companions. The deer and other urban animals celebrate the dual lives we live as adults, away from our natural habitats, playtime and naps. They are a whimsical look at urban life and adulthood.  

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 Mr. Goat loves Argyle

Mr. Goat loves Argyle