Tim Fargher’s paintings are well known for their vitality of colour and often depict vivid landscapes of Suffolk and further flung views of the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and Scotland. His friend, neighbour and early mentor Mary Potter OBE (1900-81) taught him how to refine a landscape and he uses the same principles together with influences from the natural world, observations of the human form and historical and mythological associations to inform his prints, paintings and bronze sculptures.
Since graduating from St. Martin’s School of Art in 1979, Fargher's work has gained significant praise from leading arts writers, including Colin Gleadell and Rupert Christiansen from the Daily Telegraph and the eminent art historian, Dr Francis Spalding CBE. Internationally commissioned, he has consistently exhibited throughout his forty-year career and was represented by Partridge Fine Arts PLC in Bond Street until its closure in 2009. His work can be found in the Royal Collection and many other discerning private and corporate collections worldwide.