Los Angeles Times
Seven years ago, on one who wanted to be taken seriously as an artist would think of making stripe paitings. Such pretty designes belonged on shopping bags or dusty canvases packed away in museum storage bins. Tim Bavington changed all that. Sprayed with an airbrush, his flourescent-hued panels were so vivid, sexy and luminous that no clear-eyed viewer could dismiss them for being frivolous or decorative.