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Slack, Tom
Painter (View Portfolio) 935 Monteray RD
Greenwood, IN 46143
317-859-8015
tom@tomslack.com
tomslack.com
Description
I paint in a somewhat impressionistic style. Color is important to me, and representing color as it really is, rather than what we perceive is what I believe in. When painting, I break down things by shape, value and color. My pieces are put together much like a jigsaw puzzle, rather than concentration on specific things. In this way, they come together beautifully and with a mood and atmosphere that is pleasing.
Background
I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Utah. I concentrated heavily on oil painting and drawing, with emphasis on the human figure and portraits. I am represented by galleries in the midwest, have given art workshops in many locations. I have had dozens of one man shows and several group shows. I have received many art awards, including the Governor's Choice Award in Indiana.
Services Offered
  • Apprenticeship Opportunities/Will Teach or Mentor
  • Assisting in Planning Arts Events
  • Commission Works
  • Doing demonstrations
  • Education presentations to schools, community organizations
  • Exhibitions/Demonstrations
  • Offer Works for Sale
  • Performances
  • Speaking About My Work Before a Group
  • Teach Art Form
  • Other
    I presently teach still-life classes and plein-air classes for the Southside Art League in Greenwood.
Availability
People may contact me at any time via phone or email. I am available to teach personal art lessons. Contact me for fees.
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