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Published on June 05, 2020

Tom Hébert

Tom Hébert

“From the time I began making art, one body of work has continually led me to the next. I work in series, and the number of pieces in that series varies, from 5, to 30, or more. When I feel that the series is complete, or when I tire of working on it; I want to make a change. The change is generally one that I’ve been thinking about while I have been working on the current series, and that leads me to the next series. So while each series may seem different, the germ of the idea for each of them usually arises from the previous work." – Tom Hébert.

Tom Hébert earned his BFA at the University of Connecticut, School of Fine Arts and his MS in Art Education from Central Connecticut State University. Tom has had numerous one person shows in New England, and has exhibited at O.K. Harris Works of Art, and at Exit Art, both in New York City.  His work has been included in many group exhibitions in the United States and in Germany. He is the recipient of an Individual Artist Grant in Painting from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation (NYC), and of three Fellowship Awards from the Connecticut Commission on the Arts.  His work is included in a number of collections including those of the Stefan Stux gallery of New York City, the Vero Beach Museum of Art in Florida, the Mobil Oil Corporation, and the Aetna Insurance Company. Tom lives and works in Willimantic, CT. and is also an Adjunct Professor of Visual Arts at Eastern Connecticut State University.