Timo Solin born in 1947 in Tampere, Finland. Already at a young age, Timo Solin knew that he wanted to work with something where he could live out his creativity. In the 70s, Timo Solin begins to sculpt - this after he saw a sculpture by Henry Moore - "Mother and Child". Timo's sculpting is probably more of a way to avoid chopping wood - at the same time it is a good way to get to know the material choice Timo had made. Large wooden sculptures that result in an exhibition in Rottner's Sculpture Park and his first 'one-man show' at Galleri Aix in Stockholm in 1982. The following year, Timo Solin tries a material - bronze. As early as 1985, the first sheet metal sculptures were created. Since the mid-80s, Timo Solin has been a diligent exhibitor around the world.
Timo Solin still lives and works with Stockholm as his base.