Welcome to the Tom Bushnell website. A place to view and buy paintings by the artist Tom Bushnell. All of Tom’s paintings are signed on the back and include details about the individual painting.
Tom has been commissioned to paint the portraits of the rich and famous, as well as copies of the Old Masters, animal portraits and sporting pieces, still life compositions and landscape scenes. He has exhibited with some of the leading artists of our time, including Sir Peter Blake and John Hoyland. Slides of samples of his work are stored in The National Portrait Gallery archives. Many galleries and two of the Top UK Fine Art Publishers have promoted and sold his work.
Tom is available for Abstract and Representational painting commissions.
Artexpo New York
Tom has been selected by Worldwide Art to be represented by them at major art fairs where they show, including the world’s largest fine art fair Artexpo New York:
Fine art trade shows don’t get much bigger than Artexpo, the world’s largest, which has hosted the likes of Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Keith Haring, and Leroy Neiman during its 40-year history. For forty years and counting, Artexpo has been changing the way people buy and sell art. Our annual, juried expo brings the biggest publishers, galleries, and collectors face to face with hundreds of established and emerging artists.
Also with Worldwide Art, Tom has been chosen to show at Spectrum Miami and Art San Diego. In addition, they have selected Tom to be included in their prestigious publications: 'Current Masters', 'International Contemporary Masters' and 'Important World Artists'.
Tom has been selected by the Selection Committee to participate in the Florence Biennale 2017... a prestigious Contemporary Art event. Florence Biennale "Lifetime Achievement Awards" recipients have included David Hockney, Gilbert & George, and Anish Kapoor.
Tom's exhibition in Kings Road, Chelsea
Tom has shown a selection of his work in an exhibition at 508 Kings Road Gallery, a Contemporary Art Gallery in Chelsea's Kings Road.
One Man Show
In early September 2017 Tom had a One Man Show at a South London art gallery. “Joie de Vivre” explored positive, passion, life dreams and aspirations through a series of large uplifting playful abstract pieces of work, created with the same sense of freedom and love of life that the show's title suggests. Tom’s bold use of colour and texture in his works really make his work stand out in that they seem to possess 3D qualities via the generous use of paint and energetic effects that bring the works to life.