I paint in response to the more immediate elements of the world close at hand especially the urban environment of our city. I often paint at night because of the intensity of color, light and shadow. I work to validate the places where we work and live.
More of my work can be seen at www.tomkeoughartist.com
I have exhibited regularly at the Hal Bromm Gallery in Tribeca. I have exhibited work extensively in a wide variety of venues including the Museum Of Modern Art, the Moenchehaus Museum in Gussler, Germany and The Place/Kayenberg Design Studio in Hamburg, facilities of the United Nations, the U.S. Capital Rotunda, the U.S. Senate Subcommittee Chambers, St. Peter’s Church in Manhattan, and St Thomas Cathedral in Rockefeller Center, the Brooklyn Center for the Urban Environment, the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, the Riverstone Art and Design Gallery.
I have artwork permanently installed in the collection of the New York Life Insurance Company, the Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn Woods and the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. Recently the Addison Ripley Gallery in Washington D.C. installed a large print in the U.S. Embassy in Jamaica, West Indies.