Artist Profile | Tom Wiggins

Pasta Curtains, Portovenere Italy

Pasta Curtains, Portovenere Italy

Tom Wiggins has always enjoyed photography. He grew up in the New York City area surrounded by his father’s and uncle’s interest in photography.

He lived next door to a freelance and former Life Magazine photographer who often had Tom’s family pose for black and white photos when he was evaluating new equipment.

As an adolescent in the late 1950s, his first camera was a Brownie. In the 1970’s, he had a black and white darkroom in his home.

His portfolio includes flowers, landscapes and architecture.

Travel for the past ten years to Austria, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Poland and Spain has provided many photographic opportunities. Sharp, clear, colorful images showing the world as it is with all its natural beauty is his goal.

Blue Door, Honfleur, France

Blue Door, Honfleur, France

After over 45 years of working in various engineering and management positions in both industry and at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Tom is now semi-retired allowing more time to devote to photography.

He’s currently taking photography courses at Howard Community College to improve his knowledge and photographic technique.

He has exhibited at Howard County Conservancy, Howard Community College and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Goldman & Minton is pleased to be able to host this show in their office gallery until Winter 2015. Tom’s work is well priced and can be purchased through the Art Exposure.

Tom’s work is striking. We hope you will have a chance to visit us to see it.

Mission Door, San Antonia Texas

Mission Door, San Antonia Texas

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