Two Looks to Home: The Art of Tommy Simpson
Furniture maker Tommy Simpson has been a creative force for the last several decades. With seasoned insight and humor, Simpson sprinkles autobiographical vignettes, candid childhood snapshots, and wry poems among sparkling reproductions of his ingenious creations and Klee-like paintings. Pam Koob provides an insightful introduction, exploring the connections between Simpson and his art in greater depth.
Tommy Simpson is represented in many public and private collection including Philadelphia Museum of Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Hirschhorn Collection, Museum of Art & Design, Renwick Gallery, Racine Art Museum, and the Smithsonian Institution.
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