Tom Price

Tom Price's Nelson-Atkins museum of art installation The Presence of Absence that includes life-size sculptures in coal with quartz crystal looking resin works
Tom Price, The Presence of Absence, Coal, PVA, steel, epoxy (Exhibited at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO)
Woman sitting on Bloomberg UK commissioned Synthesis resin sculpture bench that lights up from inside looking like a glowing quartz crystal
Tom Price, Synthesis, Steel, resin, acrylic polymer, LED, tar, 17.72 x 86.62 x 13.78 inches (Commissioned by Bloomberg UK for the Waste Not Want It series)
Two resin and tar bench sculptures by English artist Tom Price. One looks like quartz crystal an the other looks like a cube of coal. Both installed at the Chatsworth House for the Duke of Devonshire
Tom Price, Counterpart, Coal, resin, tar, steel, wood, jesmonite, acrylic, 17.72 x 13.78 x 86.61 inches (Commissioned by the Duke of Devonshire for Chatsworth House)
Tom Price PP Trees sculpture with white, twisted trunks and leaves made from white rings
Tom Price, PP Trees, Polypropylene pipe, nylon cable ties, ultra fine stainless steel wire rope, 10-16 feet tall
Tom Price Vyner Tree sculpture in bronze that is peeking through a living wall of trees in Westminster in England, commissioned by Barratt London
Tom Price, Vyner Tree, Coal, resin, jesmonite, wood, Full installation spans 39 feet (Curated by Future City and commissioned by the developers Barratt London for the newly built Courthouse apartments on Romney Street in Westminster, England)

Tom Price is now recognized internationally, his work being praised and acknowledged by exhibitions in institutions and galleries all over the world. Several of his pieces have been acquired by private collections and museums in the United States, Europe and Asia, including the MOMA San Francisco and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. His work appears in numerous publications. The artist has also produced large-format site-specific commissions, such as the 12-metre bronze installation "Vyner Tree" in Westminster, London.

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