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January 2015 The artist, featured in the January 2015 PleinAir Collector

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August 2011 Issue of the LIC Courier

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Mr Matt's work is featured on the cover of the November 2009 premiere issue of the Queens publication, LIC Magazine, along with an article inside about his latest creative activity.


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The artist is featured in the Spring 2008 issue of the Long Island City, NY art publication, Ins & Outs Magazine.


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American Artist Drawing :: Spring 2006 issue :: National Press

In the following article, 'Beyond Expectation', four images of the artist's work appear with a description of his creative process and inspiration for drawing on top of his 'newspaper' canvas.

 

 


Two commissions in 2004 appearing in :: The New York Sun, Art & Auction Magazine, The Hampton's Magazine and The Wally Findlay Gallery's own promotional materials

In 2004, the artist was commissioned by the owner of Zoe Annabel furniture store, NYC, and CEO of The Wally Findlay Gallery, NYC, to create artwork featuring the facades of their businesses to be used for their advertising purposes.

       


Nexus Magazine :: Fall 04 Issue of NYU College of Dentistry's bi-annual publication

The artist was commissioned by a Chair of NYU's College of Dentistry, Ralph Katz, to create a piece of art of the facade of the College. This framed original art was presented to the Dean of the College, Michael Alfano, by Mr Katz at the NYU Graduation Ceremony in The Theatre at Madison Square Garden, 2004.


Wide Image Formatting :: May 04 Issue

Tom Matt's art is unique and revolves around the city he loves-New York...
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Connecticut Valley Courier :: January 2002

An ingenious concept that Matt has successfully executed...  
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Modern Reprograhics :: October 2001

It’s one thing to come up with an idea, but another thing entirely to make it reality. That’s why many great ideas never see fruition. Not infrequently, the most ingenious concepts and clever brainstorms are derailed by unforeseen roadblocks that prove insurmountable. For a while, artist Tom Matt was certain his great idea would suffer just such a fate...  
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