Thomas D. Mahady was born in Nyack, New York, and was raised in Stamford, Connecticut. He earned his Bachelors degree in Fine Arts from South Hampton College and completed his final internship with Roy Lichtenstein.
Tom continued his education with a Masters in Fine Arts from Hunter College in New York City. He now does commissioned work. Tom's fine mural work can be viewed here as well in the Glen Ellyn Brewery, and Glen Ellyn's McChesney and Miller grocery store.. His diverse works include oil portraits, landscapes, equestrian renderings, pen and ink Christmas cards, and calenders.
Tom has shown at Gallery 129 1/2 in Geneva, Illinois, the Elaine Benton Gallery in Bridgehampton, Long Island, the Glen Ellyn Town Hall (12 foot square) historical mural and in West Chicago historical mural (14 feet square) which now hangs in the town library (above right picture). At your left, the picture is of a private residential mural of a rose window above an entrance way.
Solo exhibits include Colon Delanes Vox Populie, East Villiage, New York City, Beverly Art Center, Aurora College. Tom has also participated in group shows at, among others, Harbor Square Gallery, Camden, ME; Visner Gallery, New York City; Westbeth Gallery, New York City; John Hancock Building, Chicago; and Ferbilab, Batavia, Illinois.