Feel free to enjoy these selections of Tom's paintings both recent and from the late 1970 to early 1980 period. Please take some time to browse the collections by clicking on their names or read more about Tom and view his full gallery below by scrolling down.
RAISED AND RESIDING IN BUCKS COUNTY
Tom Furey is an award winning, Bucks County Fine Artist, creating Contemporary American Oil Paintings. He has been expressing his Artistic Ideas for over forty years. His subjects range from Bucks County Landscapes, Still Lifes, Florals to Heavy Industrial. In addition to a career in the Fine Arts, Mr. Furey also worked as a Professional Jewelry Designer in Bucks County and Philadelphia.
Tom was educated at Bucks County Community College and the Maryland Institute of Art (MICA). After completing college, he returned to Bristol, Pa. and with two other local painters established an Artists' Community and Cooperative named the "Mill Street Studio". The Co-op served as a working studio for many local artists and was functional for over twenty years. He was also the proprietor of a Pencil Portrait business.
Today, Tom continues to create paintings for private collectors in addition to doing commissions. His private collections are held by clients in Canada, England, Ireland, Germany and the United States. Tom is a member of the Phiadelphia Sketch Club and several Bucks County Artists' Organizations.
With the revival of his painting career from a hiatus, Tom Furey is quickly regaining recognition. Most recently he has been listed with the Michener Art Museum as an established Bucks County Artist. He recently has also held one man shows at the Margaret Grundy Memorial Library in Bristol and at Playmasters in Bensalem. Tom's work shows no signs of his lapse as he is still creating marvelous life-like paintings full of color and life. Since his return to the fine art community, Tom has been published several times in The Intelligencer and The Bucks County Courier Times, both by Gwen Shrift. In the Bucks County Herald and more recently in the Bristol Spotlight by Cate Murway.