Tim Rivers Summer Camp Scholarship Fund

On Friday, August 31st 2018 a reception, exhibition and sale of the photographic artwork of the late photojournalist

Tim Rivers was held at Resource Depot.

 

Proceeds from the sale of Tim's work supports the Tim Rivers Summer Camp Scholarship Fund at Resource Depot to provide financial assistance to youth to attend our summer camp programming.  Donations to the fund can also be made directly to Resource Depot.

 

Tim's work is available for purchase in The TreasuRE so be sure to stop by to take a look!

To donate directly, click the button below.  All sales and donations are tax deductible.

For more information about our Summer programs, Click Here. 

Samples of Tim Rivers work is below.

A big thank you to every one that has donated so far and to Victoria Preuss who made this all possible! 

Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography- SOLD

Florida Hibiscus

Florida Hibiscus

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography- SOLD

Ruellia

Ruellia

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - SOLD

Gateway Voyager

Gateway Voyager

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - SOLD

Heliconia II

Heliconia II

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography-SOLD

Poinciana Bud

Poinciana Bud

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - $65

A Turn In Time

A Turn In Time

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - $65

Palm Key West

Palm Key West

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - $65

Gargoyle I

Gargoyle I

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - $65

Razor's Edge

Razor's Edge

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - $65

The Edge

The Edge

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography - SOLD

Three Hearts

Three Hearts

16" x 20" Canvas Wrapped Photography -SOLD

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About Tim Rivers
 

Tim Rivers was an award-winning photojournalist for more than three decades. After a start in his native Vermont, he worked for the former Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel from 1979  to 2007. Following early retirement, he turned his camera toward subtropical nature subjects, capturing images from his xeriscaped Flamingo Park yard in West Palm Beach to public gardens and nature preserves throughout South Florida. After his death in 2015, his longtime partner, Victoria Preuss, cataloged and offered prints of many of his images to the public to benefit nonprofit causes, including this scholarship program.

Website: http://timothyrivers.com/index.html