Denver artist and Chicago native Tim Flynn grew up loving his home city’s unique Midwestern architecture; as an adult, he gravitated toward twisted wire and sculptural assemblage, and eventually — in the present — back to architecture, thanks to a rekindled interest and ensuing research into the technical side of designing structures. A collector of children’s building toys, from Tinker Toys to Legos, as well as all manner of found materials, Flynn’s been incorporating the science of building into his recent works. “My art generally follows what I am studying,” he explains. “My sculptures became little... More >>>