Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Great Blue Heron by Tom Brickhouse
Great Blue Heron series by Tom Brickhouse
Sea Bird in Flight by Tom Brickhouse
Clarks Barber Shop with Color by Tom Brickhouse
Autumn Stream by Tom Brickhouse
Ice Along Lake Erie by Tom Brickhouse
Clematis on White Picket Fence by Tom Brickhouse
Meltdown at the Ice Maze by Tom Brickhouse
Person on Walkway by Tom Brickhouse
Fort Barrancas Faux Civil War Era Photograph by Tom Brickhouse
White Steps at Fort Barrancas by Tom Brickhouse
Ed's Country Store by Tom Brickhouse
Tackle Box by Tom Brickhouse
Delicious and Refreshing Drink Coca-Cola by Tom Brickhouse
Clematis on White Picket Fence painting effect by Tom Brickhouse
Late March Snow by Tom Brickhouse
Three Lives by Tom Brickhouse
A Little Early for the Show by Tom Brickhouse
Hold On by Tom Brickhouse
Old Yard Flamingo by Tom Brickhouse
Rainy Day by Tom Brickhouse
Bicycle with Chair and Railing by Tom Brickhouse
Bicycle with Two Chairs and Railing by Tom Brickhouse
Worker by Tom Brickhouse
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About Tom Brickhouse
In my youth I would watch my dad in his makeshift darkroom developing photographs of the family. It seemed like magic when, in the red glow of the safelight, the image would appear from a blank piece of paper immersed in the developing tray. I was hooked. That was when I was still in high school, over 40 years ago. I have been taking pictures ever since.
I attended Virginia Commonwealth University for a year and a half. At that time VCU didn't even offer photography as a course let alone a major so I ended up majoring in sculpture in order to do photography. If that sounds crazy, just remember it was the seventies. Any way I soon realized that college was not going to take me where I wanted to go. For the next 30 years I continued to take pictures while working as a bricklayer and going through the ups and downs that life throws at us.
Now instead of using chemicals, tanks and trays to "develop" an image I use a laptop and Photoshop, but it still seems like magic.
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