Vacationers and locals often visit the Marcus Ashley Gallery to attend events, talk shows, and exhibitions regularly hosted by its patrons. These gatherings are aimed at continually encouraging and inspiring interested buyers and artists. Visitors are often blown away by the sheer grandeur of the sculptures on display, particularly the Frogman art collection.
Tim “Frogman” Cotterill spent most of his adolescent years grasping the nuances of electrical engineering. Recalling those days, Frogman says, “I realize now that I learned a lot in those six years. Like anything else in life, you think you’re not learning anything, but nothing is wasted.” A master of metalworks, the sculptor, hones his unique artistic approach and style, making his sculptures worthy collectibles.
Hiding Out is a prime example of Frogman’s whimsical imagination, intricate sculpting, and attention to detail. In this sculpture, a jewel-toned green frog hides among a cluster of mushrooms. He stealthily takes cover under a large mushroom cap, hunting for the day’s snack. A couple of ladybugs get comfortable on the mushrooms, but little do they know that a feisty frog lurks nearby.
Hiding Out is a special piece by Frogman, and its intricate detailing reveals the sculptor’s passion for his art.