County: King County
Fellowship Awards 2015
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Tom Gormally has been exhibiting his sculpture for forty years, including at The Nelson-Atkins Museum (Kansas City, MO), Katonah Museum (Katonah, NY), Des Moines Art Center (Des Moines, IA) Ulrich Museum (Wichita, KS), Heidi Cho Gallery (NY, NY), Marcia McCoy Gallery (Santa Fe, NM) and Morgan Gallery (Kansas City, MO). Gormally has created site-specific installations for sculpture invitationals in the United States and Belfast, Ireland. Locally he has exhibited at Cornish College of the Arts, Bellevue College Gallery, Bellwether Sculpture Exhibition, Solomon Fine Art and Lead Gallery. Method Gallery (Seattle, WA) will host a solo exhibition of Gormally’s work in February 2016.
Tom Gormally received his BFA from Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and also attended California College of Arts and Crafts. He earned his MFA from Wichita State University, and he is a NEA grant recipient for sculpture.
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Fade, 8' x 15' x 3', 2014. Malayka Gormally and Theresa Batty.
Shrine, Wood, fabric, electric light, silver leaf, gold leaf, paint, mylar, steel, found objects, 77" x 54" x 62", 2015.
Shrine (detail), Wood, fabric, electric light, silver leaf, gold leaf, paint, mylar, steel, found objects, 77 inches H x 54 inches W x 62 inches D, 2015. Malayka Gormally and Theresa Batty.
Self Portrait As Mercury, wood, gut, wax, glass, plexiglass rod, silver leaf, gold leaf , 42" x 47" x 72", 2014. photo: Malayka Gormally .
Self Portrait As Mercury (detail), wood, gut, wax, glass, plexiglass rod, silver leaf, gold leaf, 42" x 47" x 72", 2014. photo: Malayka Gormally.