Original Art

Digital Painting is the imaginative fusion of original photography with applied painting and sketch effects, printed large format on stretched gallery quality canvas. There are 36 images in all, featured in four galleries.

 

Visit my galleries of streetscapes, city life, and the beauty of humanity. Ready-to-hang original art for offices, waiting areas, conference rooms and homes of distinction.

Thomas Ormsby is a writer, editor, journalist, movie critic, photographer, print and web designer and digital painter. He also works as an executive secretary, office manager, and math and algebra tutor.

He works mainly in Adobe Creative Cloud, specializing in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Edge Animate. He produces art from his original photographs, employing software such as Painter, resulting in original digital paintings, which are custom-printed on large format gallery quality canvas with non-fade aqueous ink.

Additional skills include website design, office form design, Power Point presentations, manuscript editing, book jacket design. promotional and media packets, annual reports, brochures, booklets, magazines, trade show banners, photo retouching and restoration.




He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy Submarine Service and attended the University of New Mexico for two and a half years, and ultimately received his Bachelor of Science degree in Communication from Southern Oregon University. He has lived and worked in Washington, Oregon, California, Virginia, Ohio, Connecticut, New Jersey, British Columbia, France, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and Iceland.






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Current Movie Reviews

The story of a man whose brother dies and leaves his son in his brother's care, which only complicates several miserable lives.
A ticket on a 120 year interstellar voyage aboard a deluxe first class resort with a stringent "Do Not Disturb" policy.
The story, untold until now, of how John Kennedy's murder affected the role of his wife, Jackie, the First Lady.
The second installmenrt in the revived StarWars franchise doesn't really need a review, nor anyone's criical comments for that matter . . . just recognition,