Hardcover, 304 pages.
By Bob Timberlake and Jerry Bledsoe.
Published in 2000, Signed by Bob Timberlake.
Bob Timberlake was 28, married, with three children and a good job in his family's propane gas business, when he came home from work one night and sat down to browse through Life magazine. In it, he came across an article about the painter Andrew Wyeth that was to change his life. Although he'd never had an art lesson or set foot in an art gallery or museum, he was suddenly certain that he was destined to become a painter. Thus was Timberlake set upon an incredible journey that in just a few years would see him become one of America's most successful realist painters, his works fetching high prices and exhibited in prestigious museums.
His art not only led him to know presidents, movie stars, the future king of England, and other powerful people but pushed him to become one the world's top 10 designers, creating the most successful furniture line in history as well as many other products, including a new line of Timberlake homes. Yet Timberlake never felt responsible for his successes. He was certain that he was being led by the hand. A warm and touching story of love, place, and family, Timberlake's memoir is certain to become a inspirational classic.
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