Thomas G. Brady attended the Heatherly School of Art, London, England in 1972. He received a BA from Amherst College, attended the New York Studio School and received his MFA from the Tyler School of Art in 1982. Tom has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the East Coast. He was the recipient of a painting Fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a Pew Fellowship Award and the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant in 2000. His work is included in the permanent collections of the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, The Woodmere Art Museum, and the Mead Art Museum. His work is also in numerous private and corporate collections throughout the country including Widener University, Morgan Stanley, Lenfest Foundation, SmithKline, Saul Ewing, Drinker Biddle, Blue Cross and Core States Bank.
An Abstract-Constructionist by nature, Brady's paintings hold to some stringent ideals of structure, form and representationalism. Beyond effect of converging and divergent line, defying shadow and light, depth of field (a term normally associated with photography) is a tool deftly employed by Brady. His impasto style of painting is steeped in traditional impressionist roots, albeit with the aggressive hand of an expressionist.