Featuring: Tom Herbert
InLiquid Artist Tom Herbert presents Through a Looking Glass, an exhibition now available for viewing at Art in the Storefront!
This mixed-media and pen-and-ink exhibition is on display now through May 12th at Art in the Storefront’s unique outdoor gallery!
Statement by the Artist:
“In my mixed media work, which is a blend of collage and painting, I attempt to reflect and distort the world around me. My method of work involves deconstructing images and reassembling them in a way that creates a new narrative. My work uses abstraction to explore shapes, patterns, repetition, and movement.”
About Tom Herbert:
Herbert has exhibited at various galleries and with the Abington Art Center. Born in Brooklyn N.Y., Herbert attended New York City Community College majoring in Communications Arts, and went on to obtain a BFA in Art from East Carolina University, in Greenville North Carolina. He has worked in the graphic arts field as an illustrator and designer and currently pursues fine art on a full time basis, with a continued abiding interest in collage and mixed media. He works out of his home studio in Jenkintown and has exhibited in local and regional shows. He also has work in private and corporate collections. Additional work can be viewed at: inliquid.org/artist/herbert-tom/ For inquiries, you can reach Herbert via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art in the Storefront is a volunteer project, co-curated for more than 20 years by Karen Kieser, Immersion Studio and Mark Elliott, No Bare Walls Framing Studio, (215-654-9106). The storefront is lit all evening courtesy of Denney Electric Supply.
For more information on this event and more, check out the Art in the Storefront’s facebook page!