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At one time, artistry was something that Andy Thomas loved to do but it was not his profession.  He earned a degree in Marketing Management and went on to work in advertising for most of two decades.  Once he made it to the level of Vice President of Marketing Services of a large corporation, he decided to quit and make artistry his one and only occupation and profession. 

His impressive line of works includes woodworking and ink pieces as well as charcoal pieces.  He also has done some sculptures.  Because he has a great fondness for history, many of his paintings and pieces are based on historical places with special emphasis with those that were involved in the Civil War. 

Andy Thomas maintains a home studio and work shop.  In 1996 there was an explosion in his work shop and the result was massive injury to both of his hands.  He tried to hurry the healing process and further injured his right hand.  This, however, did not stop him.  He went on to paint a very famous painting of the battle at Little Big Horn using primarily his still healing left hand. 

Andy Thomas has done unique paintings of United States Presidents as well.  These depict many different U.S. Presidents from many different time periods all together around the table playing cards.  While many of these people were born generations apart, the depictions are so realistic that one might be led to believe that the painting was of an actual event that took place rather than a fictional story that is being told through the eyes of Andy Thomas. 

That is this artist’s main emphasis which is to tell a story with each and every painting that he offers to the art connoisseurs that gather to view his work or to purchase it.  He has said that whether the scene that is being presented is an actual event, a historical moment or a fictional figure, it still has to tell a story to the person who is viewing it.  As one gazes at the paintings that he has offered of the Wild West and the historical places that were significant during the Civil War, they cannot help but begin to hear a silent story being told from the brush strokes that were placed on the canvas. 

Andy Thomas found a great marriage in history and art.  His interest in history and his love of artistry merged together nicely to give him an outlet to create beauty to share with the many passionate followers that love his work.  His attempt at story telling is very authentic, and he gives new meaning to the thought that a picture is worth more than a thousand words.  The story that each person takes away from one of his paintings is as unique and differential as the interpretation that each person takes away from reading the same book as others.  He paints his story and then offers it to be interpreted and enjoyed by everyone who can read between the brush strokes.

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