Tom Everhart Studio 10
Tom Everhart Studio 11
Tom Everhart Studio 12
Tom Everhart Studio 13
Tom Everhart Studio 14
Tom Everhart Studio 15
Tom Everhart Studio 10

Thirty-eight years ago, Sparky and I first started laughing about the possible concept of conjoining my approach to painting with his approach to drawing and pictorial space. Today, the work and myself are still living and “growing camouflage” in that same open-ended concept that expands the boundaries of painting as living life.

Tom Everhart Studio 11

Thirty-eight years ago, Sparky and I first started laughing about the possible concept of conjoining my approach to painting with his approach to drawing and pictorial space. Today, the work and myself are still living and “growing camouflage” in that same open-ended concept that expands the boundaries of painting as living life.

Tom Everhart Studio 12

Thirty-eight years ago, Sparky and I first started laughing about the possible concept of conjoining my approach to painting with his approach to drawing and pictorial space. Today, the work and myself are still living and “growing camouflage” in that same open-ended concept that expands the boundaries of painting as living life.

Tom Everhart Studio 13

Thirty-eight years ago, Sparky and I first started laughing about the possible concept of conjoining my approach to painting with his approach to drawing and pictorial space. Today, the work and myself are still living and “growing camouflage” in that same open-ended concept that expands the boundaries of painting as living life.

Tom Everhart Studio 14

Thirty-eight years ago, Sparky and I first started laughing about the possible concept of conjoining my approach to painting with his approach to drawing and pictorial space. Today, the work and myself are still living and “growing camouflage” in that same open-ended concept that expands the boundaries of painting as living life.

Tom Everhart Studio 15

Thirty-eight years ago, Sparky and I first started laughing about the possible concept of conjoining my approach to painting with his approach to drawing and pictorial space. Today, the work and myself are still living and “growing camouflage” in that same open-ended concept that expands the boundaries of painting as living life.