9th Ave, Encaustic on archival print on wood, 48 x 48 in
9th Ave with Stripes, Encaustic on archival print on wood, 24 x 24 in
Tribeca Park, Encaustic on archival print on wood, 24 x 24 in
Two Shades of Grey, Encaustic on archival print on wood, diptych, 48 x 64 in
Array, Acrylic, enamel and graphite on canvas, 24 x 24 in
A Stroll in the City, encaustic & collage on wood, 60 x 72 inches
Ghost, Acrylic, enamel and graphite on canvas, 24 x 24 in
Motion, Oil, collage and encaustic on canvas, 48 x 64 x 2 inches
Into the Distance, Encaustic on archival print mounted on wood, 40 x 60 inches
Champagne, 2012, collage and encaustic on archival print on wood, 36 x 80 in
Born in 1957, Tom Brydelsky lives in New York. His mixed-media encaustic paintings are an investigation into the nature of perception, memory, and the living environment. They have appeared in galleries, art fairs and non-profit spaces throughout the U.S. and Europe.
The artist has had one-person exhibitions at Gruen Galleries, Chicago, IL., Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, NY and Tinney Contemporary, Nashville, TN. His work has been featured in numerous publications and was highlighted on the television special Fashioning a Home with Clinton Kelly.
Tom has extensive teaching experience and was the Studio Art Lab Coordinator at the Guggenheim Museum in New York for many years. He has taught workshops to adults and children throughout New York specifically at, the Queens Museum of Art, Hecksher Museum of Art, Parrish Art Museum, and in conjunction with his solo exhibitions in Fayetteville, AK and Asheville. NC.
Tom’s work is in the collection of the Hecksher Museum of Art as well as many corporate and private collections in the United States and Europe.