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

 

BC Art Guild wins award !

Boulder City Art Guild is the Recipient of the BC Chamber's Alice Isenberg Award
for Outstanding Community Achievement!

ABOVE: BCAG President Lee Moses accepts the Isenberg award on the behalf of the guild.

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