Watch Tom's new video, "Cloud 9: A Day in the Life of a Cumulus Cloud."


Big Horn Gallery

Big Horn Gallery in Tubac has moved to a new location, making access to the gallery more convenient for visitors. Stop in and see some of my large and smaller works. The gallery folks  are very friendly and the atmosphere is relaxed.  

Masterworks of New Mexico

My painting, The Great Divide, received the Award of Creativity in the Masterworks of New Mexico show. The show was March 30 -April 21 in the Hispanic Arts Building, Expo New Mexico in Albuquerque. 

City of Albuquerque Purchase

The City of Albuquerque has purchased my painting, Canal Walk At Sunset, oil, 22" x 28. The painting is one of 31 works (out of 500 entries) selected by the Public Art Urban Enhancement Division to be displayed in public buildlings.

Popejoy Hall Solo Exhibition

Mark your calendar to attend the reception to the solo exhibition of my paintings 5 - 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12 at Pope Joy Hall on the campus of the Univ. of New Mexico in Albuquerque. The artwork will be on display  through Nov. 19 for Popejoy Benefactors during Popejoy Presents  performances, and by appointment to the general public during regular  business hours. Call 505 277-8010.

Individual Instruction Available

I am now offering individual mentoring sessions in oil painting through my studio in Albuquerque. Make quicker advancement with targeted instruction in oil landscape painting. Contact me to set up one or more 3-hour sessions. Cost is $65. See details on the Instruction page of this website.

Schedule a Workshop

If you know five or more individuals who would be interested in scheduling one of my workshops, please contact me for details. See listings of workshop topics on the Instruction page of this website.


I have combined imagery from some of my paintings with the music of Constance Demby to convey the stages of a summer cloud buildup in the American Southwest.

The music, “Lotus Opening,” is from Ms. Demby's album titled Set Free (Superliminal Music Publishing).

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