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Five recent works were on display for the 2018 Wintrospective at Story Forge Nashville.
Five recent works were on display at Story Forge Nashville for their summer show.
From the article: Thomas Brodhead . . .has been painting since 2009, and has produced works spanning humorous caricature to methodically constructed geometric color studies . . .
A solo show, Microcosmos at the End of the Age of Irony, was held at the Arts Center of Cannon County in Woodbury, Tennessee.
From the article: I’ve become increasingly more fascinated with mosaics of color, with a special interest in how individual pixels combine to create a total fabric . . .
Six large works were on display at the “O” Gallery at the downtown Arcade in Nashville, TN.
Harlequin Donnybrook (2015) was accepted into the Oak Ridge Art Center’s Open Show of autumn 2015. Works included in this juried show were accepted and adjudicated by Andrew Glasgow
From the article: I’m not a fan of Rembrandt’s partially lit faces surrounded by a veil of darkness, and I also puzzle at the rarefied explanations of abstract works that we’ve all seen at galleries. So my work is a reaction to those things . . .
Works by Brodhead were on display at the Vanderbilt University LGBTQI Center (the K.C. Potter Center) in Nashville, Tennessee.