Tommy Tucker

Tommy Tucker may seem a bit odd at first impression, but those who know the man and his brilliant works of art are clear - there is a method to his madness..  
 
He is a respected artist and 35-year veteran of the Warner Bros. and Universal Studios sign departments. At the age of 64 he returned to graduate school to complete his MBA with a concentration in Global Management.  He is an avid reader, who as a member of the Neothink Society has developed his own philosophy and approach to life and the visual arts.  
 
Tommy's talent came to the surface quickly.  At the age of 8 his "Light box of a butcher shop" surprised his parents.  At 12 he astonished his local Parish with a stunning scale model of St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church.  At 23 he was commissioned by Indiana University(where he graduated from Herron School of Art with a BFA), to create a piece of art for their main foyer and wowed them with a 30 foot wall sculpture with interlocking moving panels.. He went on to top it all in 1972, when he achieved national critical acclaim with a well publicized 60-foot wall sculpture commissioned by USC Law School.
 
Tommy is well aware of the impact of computer technology on his field; but in true "Tommy Tucker form" he views this challenge as a unique opportunity to bring the quality of past eras into the future.  "In a time where everything is disposable - hand painted art, whether it's a painting or a vintage sign will never loose it's value..."   Tommy has embraced a new generation who are rebelling against the prefab McBranding of the last three decade through reopening the door to tried and true artistic realities
ToTucker may seem a bit odd at first impression, but those who know the man and his brilliant works of art are clear - there is a method to his madness..  
 
He is a respected artist and 35-year veteran of the Warner Bros. and Universal Studios  sign departments. At the age of 64 he returned to university to complete his MBA with a concentration in Global Management.  He is an avid reader, who as a member of the Neothink Society has developed his own philosophy and approac

 

 
 The 32nd Annual Spring Artfest
is in the history books.
 
The 32nd Annual Boulder City Art Guild Spring ArtFest was a success, drawing several thousand visitors from Boulder City and the surrounding areas over the course of the two day show.  The scholarship raffle sales raised nearly $2,000 that will be used for the guild's educational purposes in 2017-2018.  More than three dozen raffle prizes were awarded, thanks to the generosity of the guild members and artists in the ArtFest.  Thanks to all!  
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