OBSERVATIONS OF TIM CANTOR'S PAINTINGS part 13: Still Lifes Undefined By definition, a still-life painting includes subjects that do not move or are no longer alive. Yet, Tim Cantor has brought his own exceptional point of view to this classical style. Life breathes into his compositions, raising the question, do his paintings belong within this classification? Can they be defined? With age, Tim Cantor has grown to be drawn solely to historical paintings for the meticulous qualities that they possess. Conversely, it is modern day that provides him with unconstrained limits to his vast imagination. Herein is a short film that brings together an extraordinary union of historical principles and traditional genre with the tremendous passion of a present day artist.