im De Rose
C/o Wilton Pottery
Tim De Rose
1964-1969 - Central Technical School, Toronto.
Graduated from Special Arts
Program: Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, Graphics, Illustration and Sculpture.
1968-1975 - First studios, Toronto. Part-time
teaching, full-time studio technician, Central Technical School.
1975-1976 - Adolphustown, Ontario, Full-time
production studio, part-time
instructor at St. Lawrence College, Pottery Dept., Kingston.
1976 to 2016 - Full-time studio potter and
painter working in production stoneware raku, and landscape
1971 - Two person show with Roger Kerslake, "Earth and
exploration of material and process, abstract structural and
environmental sculpture, wall panels, and fountains. Canadian
Guild of Potters, Toronto, Ontario.
1976 - Juror and guest lecturer for the first Ontario Potters Association Conference and Show, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
1976 - Jurors show with John Reeve, Angela Fina, Ruth McKinley, Roman Barkew, and Harlan House, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
1977 - Two person show with Diane Creber, "Contrasts". The Market Gallery, Kingston, Ontario.
1977 - One person show, "Environmental Stoneware", McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
1978 - One person show and workshop, Ontario Arts Council Grant, Sault College, Sault St. Marie, Ontario.
1981 - One person show, "One-of-a-Kind" McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.
1981 - Invited to participate in a symposium "Clay in Ontario" with guest lecturer Kimpia Nakamura, muralist and architectural sculpture. Sheridan College School of Design, Oakville, Ontario.
1981 to present - Many one and two person shows in the Kingston area and at Wilton Pottery.
1996 - Wall panel commission for the Helen Henderson Library, Amherstview, Ontario. This consists of a triptych or three panels each 2' x 5'. The panels are set side by side to make a total area of 6'x 5' plus framing. They are low-relief sculpture in an abstract pattern made of stoneware clay and multi-glazed.
1999 -2000-2001-2002-2003-2004 One person painting show at the Springer Lounge, Grand Theatre, Kingston, Ontario.
2002-2003-2017 Windmills Cafe, Kingston, Ontario, One Person and Group Shows, Winter (painting and drawings)
1999-2000-2001-2002-2005-2007-2014 The Toronto Outdoor Art Show (painting)
2007 One person show, Gallery Raymond, Kingston (Painting), Kingston, On.
2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012-2013-2014-2015-2016-2017-2018-Group gallery artists shows, Gallery Raymond, Kingston
2005-2006-2007-The Salon, Kingston Artists Association, juried shows.
2008-2009-2010 One person and group gallery artists shows The Academy Gallery, Bath Ontario
2010 Juried group show "The Other Salon show", Robert Macklin Gallery, Kingston, Ontario
2012 One Person Show: "Eclectic Roots", Out In The Sticks Cultural Centre and Art Gallery, Yarker, Ontario
2014-2018 Men's group shows, Gallery Raymond, Kingston, Ontario
2013-2015 Two Person Shows, Peggy Morley and Tim De Rose, Gallery Raymond, Kingston, On
.Teaching and Related Activity:
1969 to 1975 - Central Technical School, Art Dept. Ceramic Technician, part-time instructor, summer school teacher and night school teacher.
1977, 1978, 1985, 1986 - Haliburton School of Fine Arts, summer pottery teacher.
1975, 1976, 1984 - St. Lawrence College, Kingston, pottery instructor.
1979, 1980 - McArthur College, Queens University, Instructor summer school credit program.
1980 - Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario, Workshop for Art Program.
1969 to present - Workshops given for most of the Province of Ontario's pottery guilds and pottery associations.
1985, 1986 - Kingfest, Kingston, Ontario. Pottery instructor.
1975 to present - Volunteer teaching in many local schools both primary and secondary.
Gallery Raymond, Kingston, On.
Crescant Hill Gallery, Mississauga, On.
Interests past and present:
Canoeing, kayaking, long distance cycling, walking, gardening, swimming, fishing, galleries, museums, traveling, good food and cooking.