Tom Hubbard Fine Art







Tom Hubbard

Tom Hubbard Fine Art

Galloway, OH


I’m producing the art I had left in me when they took away my crayons in the second grade. It’s OF the child in me, and FOR the child in you. I call it “Quirky Deep.” “Quirky” is the first impression. You discover “deep” over time.
Reflection is a vital human need, which you must do on your own The needs we generally follow are corporate, social and pop culture imposed needs. You are more than a worker bee or a consumer. You need an individual alternative.
Art by an intuitive individual is a window of opportunity for the reflective and aware individual to escape the bonds of corporate/pop culture dominance.
Look for a humanist artist who expresses support for the individual as the source of solutions and progress. The humanist artist is spiritually outside of pop culture domination. This artist allows you to truly encounter his/her art, and your individual self. Art is more than decoration; it is a key to your soul.
The profoundly silent mind experiencing ambiguity is a fruitful state, promoting the understanding of a deeper reality than is normally available. This is where myth and reality pool to become one. In your reverie, you will bounce between the general and the specific. This opens the mind to all it can be. Ignore the obvious. Ignore causes; look for effects, ignore passing events, look for meaning. My art may help your quest. Be surprised

I was a local television director for ten years in Norfolk, Va. and Atlanta, Ga. before switching to newspaper photojournalism in Atlanta. I moved to the Cincinnati Enquirer for twelve years. While at the Enquirer, from 1966 to 1978, I won 22 Ohio awards for photojournalism and two national awards, including a National Press Photographers Association award for best photo story coverage of the Senate Watergate hearings.
I did freelance photojournalism in Cincinnati from 1978 to 1983, primarily doing work for local hospitals and for Black Star Photo Agency in New York. My Black Star assignments have appeared in many national magazines including Time, People Weekly, TV Guide, US Magazine, The New York Times, BusinessWeek, Fortune, Barrons, Der Spiegel, Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, etc.
I now do abstract digital imaging, since 2000. I have had 12 solo digital shows and 12 group shows in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.
I hold Master's degree from the University of Cincinnati. I taught photojournalism at The Ohio State University School of Journalism and Communication from 1983 to 1998. I have been creating and showing digital abstract art since 2000. My digital art can be seen here and at


Froggy Sports His New Bowtie by Tom Hubbard


The Healing Eye by Tom Hubbard


The Owl Sees All by Tom Hubbard


Scares Me by Tom Hubbard


On a Shelf by Tom Hubbard


My Dog Ate the Grass by Tom Hubbard


Beacon by Tom Hubbard


Modern Dilimma by Tom Hubbard


Mask by Tom Hubbard


Lascaux Tribute by Tom Hubbard


Just Weird by Tom Hubbard


Hi by Tom Hubbard



Goal by Tom Hubbard


Flapper by Tom Hubbard


Evolution by Tom Hubbard


Deported by Tom Hubbard


Country Cricket Comes to Town by Tom Hubbard


Cosmic Egg by Tom Hubbard


Computer Bug by Tom Hubbard


Chroma Cat by Tom Hubbard


Bright Eyes by Tom Hubbard


Allegory by Tom Hubbard


Golden Retriever by Tom Hubbard


Simplicity by Tom Hubbard


Left Brain Right Brain by Tom Hubbard


Jack of Spades by Tom Hubbard


Fish Fossil by Tom Hubbard


Deep Emotion by Tom Hubbard


Cow by Tom Hubbard



Contemplation. by Tom Hubbard


Break These Chains by Tom Hubbard


Blue Eye by Tom Hubbard


Blue Bug by Tom Hubbard


Tree of Light by Tom Hubbard


A Teardrop by Tom Hubbard


Lightening Strikes by Tom Hubbard


Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Tom Hubbard


Beware the Sleeper by Tom Hubbard


Ambiguous by Tom Hubbard


A Synapse Is a Good Idea Before We Know It by Tom Hubbard


Frosty Glass by Tom Hubbard


The Clown and the Pusssycat by Tom Hubbard


Contented Tadpole by Tom Hubbard


Happy by Tom Hubbard


Perplexed by Tom Hubbard


Weird by Tom Hubbard


Taking the Heat by Tom Hubbard


How Now Brown Cow by Tom Hubbard