Tim Joyner has been a professional artist for more than 10 years. He received a BFA from the University of Montana in 1993 and was a high school art teacher in Cut Bank, MT for eight years. He works in many different mediums, including pencil, scratchboard, painting (all kinds), glass etching, ceramic, and bronze sculpture. His work is very diverse, showing his interests in wildlife and the western way of life. His work is shown in a number of galleries in Montana, and Tim exhibits in many art shows, most notably in Great Falls at the CM Russell Art Show, and at the Spokane Art Show in Washington. His largest pieces are on display in Cut Bank, where he was chosen to paint two different murals for their town, one of which is over 100 feet wide, one of the largest in Montana.