I Have Seen The Universe In A Grain Of Sand
I Have Seen The Universe
In A Grain Of Sand

AC-TC-71
AC-TC-71
Three oysters for JB
Three oysters for JB

 
Adiwu
Adiwu

 
Carnival time
Carnival time

 
Dancing Bear blue
Dancing Bear Blue

 
Elephant park
Elephant park

 
Guide us, oh TV!
Guide us, oh TV!

 
The last elephant
The last elephant

 
Leda and the swan
Leda and the swan

 
Love song
Love song

 
Portrait of an artist
Portrait of an artist

 
Somewhere a wild horse won’t be broken
Somewhere a wild horse won’t be broken

 
The song of Dancing Bear
The song of Dancing Bear

 
Uluru dawn
Uluru dawn

Tom Cook

Tom Cook has lived and worked in Covent Garden for over 20 years. He is a member of the Covent Garden Area Trust and a former vice chair of the Covent Garden Community Association.

He was born in New York City in 1937. After 28 years as a television executive in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain, following an illness in 1986, he re-cast his life as an artist and workshop facilitator.

He is self-taught and has had work shown in London exhibitions at the Strickland Gallery (1987); the Alpine Gallery (1989); 'Concrete, Canvases & Candles, A Chelsea Art Event' (1989); the Portobello Open, Blenheim Gallery (1990); the Covent Garden International Arts Festival (1990); Art '91, Business Design Centre (1991); the Summer Festival, Whiteleys Atrium (1991); the Nomadic Art Exhibition, Mayfair (1991); Art In Covent Garden, Smith's Gallery (1993); the Gagliardi Gallery, Chelsea (1993); Artists In The Garden, Smiths Gallery (1994 & 1995); The Quaker Gallery (1996); the Crypt Gallery, St. Martin-In-The Fields Church (1998) and St. James's Church, Piccadilly (1998)

In 1999 he curated the 'Garden of Artists' exhibition for the annual Covent Garden Flower Festival.

Since 1993 he has been presenting creative expression workshops at St. James's Church, Piccadilly and other venues around the country. He has also worked with the Homeless Artists project at St. Martin-In-The Fields, London WC2.

For information about his paintings, commissions or the workshops please contact him at:
1/47 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9HJ
Tel. 020 7240 8777
E-mail: heartdraw@blueyonder.co.uk