Tom Morgan resides in San Antonio. After a fulfilling business career couple with his love for art, Tom decided to transition from wood sculpture to bronze. He is a self taught artist.
His perspective is pretty simple. "I loved the creative energy that I could use in a leadership role and I love this opportunity in the art world. It all gets down to ideas, patience, and the courage to start over and knowing that you can go from feeling on top of the world one moment and humbled the next. I give my best to tie an image, emotion, and a title or theme together and hope your eye will keep going back to the piece for you enjoyment. The real gift that we have is the gift of choosing to relentlessly go after a dream.
Asked what his subject matter is, he simply responds, "Americana." His inspiration, "Gratitude." Tim's very first bronze was selected to be the first John Connally Lifetime Achievement Award for community leadership.
Tom donates the net profits from sales of his sculpture to non-profit charities and organizations serving a broad range of others in need.
from Tom Morgan's web site
Learn more about Tom Morgan and view more of his sculpture at his web site. Current pieces include this special piece, "Passing of the Colors, created with Dan Pogue.
San Antonio, Texas 78261
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