Timothy Mulligan attended Sacramento City College and received a degree in Fine Art from CSU, Sacramento. He studied under notable artists as Greg Kondos, Fred Dalkey, Gerald Walburg, Peter VandenBerge, Laureen Landau, Larry Welden, Jack Ogden, Frank LaPena, and Steve Kaltenbach.
After Timothy graduated, he worked as a printmaker creating etchings and prints, and produced several watercolors, pastels, and large pencil drawings. He exhibited his earlier works at the Crocker Art Museum, the Haggin Museum, the California State Fair, and several local art galleries.
In 2011, after taking a long break to teach his two children at home, grades K-12, Timothy returned to art to pursue his passion to paint on canvas. He finds his inspiration in the nearby landscapes, cityscapes, and waterscapes.
Timothy's paintings have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout California's Central Valley and in the Bay Area, and he has received numerous awards in Regional, National, and International art exhibits.
His work has been featured in International Artist Magazine, Southwest Art Magazine, and he have been recognized in multiple issues of The Artists Magazine. Timothy's paintings have also been on the covers of several issues of Inside Publications Magazine.