He paints in oils, acrylics, and watercolour and takes his inspiration from trips all over the World.
He's known by collectors as The Cycling Artist as Timmy gets much of his inspiration from his cycling trips across the World. If you ever see an artist painting alongside his bicycle, chances are it'll be Mallett.
A love of painting came at an early age and he studied History of Art as part of his degree at Warwick University.
Painting was always an integral part of his TV filming trips.
The variety of work glows with colourHis regular exhibitions across the UK and Europe are testament to Timmy's discerning eye and ability to convey it to canvas Carpe Diem - seize the day Follow @TimmyMallett
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Timmy artwork is now available in unique signed limited edition giclee embellished canvas prints Editions are limited, making them very collectable. Prices start at just £375 mounted and framed.
2010 brought the 40th anniversary of the much loved family film The Railway Children. To celebrate this delightful film, Timmy was asked to paint a series of paintings based on the movie and make some available to collectors in a special Limited Edition. The book was written by Edith Nesbitt in 1905, and Lionel Jeffries (grandad in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) directed the movie on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway in Yorkshire. It starred Jenny Agutter, Bernard Cribbins, Dinah Sheridan, Sally Thomsett and Gary Warren.