Tim Arkansaw (b. 1925)

Tim Arkansaw was born in 1925. Eighteen of his ceramic pieces are part of Georgia's State Art Collection: Black Dog, Black Swans, Ceramic Train, Dalmatian, Dog Chases Broken Bird, Farmer with Wheelbarrow, Hen with Biddies, Humpty Dumpty Boogie, Man and Crows with Watermelon, Peacock, Pigs Eating Watermelon, Stylized Blue Jays on Acorn, 3 Angels, 2 Birds, 2 White Chickens, White Dog, White Swans, and Woman with Cauldron and Chickens
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Foley, Kayla. "Tim Arkansaw (b. 1925)." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 25 July 2017. Web. 23 June 2018.
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