Thomas Cale graduated in 2000 with a degree in visual arts from the State University of New York at New Paltz. Since that time, he has hosted many shows, including “Village People” (2005), a showcase of random Rhinebeck locals and a benefit for the Starr Library Capital Campaign; that show set the stage for “Infamous Mugs” (2006), a collection that likewise captured his modern alternative to the traditional portrait, and “Exile in Art” (2011), an exhibit of rock-and-roll based paintings. “Blue Notes” (2014) was unveiled as a tribute to jazz legends, and “Village People II” (2016) provided local residents with a chance to sit for 10-minute portraits. More recently, Tom has exhibited in solo shows at the Arts and Crafts Beer Parlor in New York City (2019) and at the Betsy Jacaruso Gallery (2019) in Rhinebeck, NY.
Tom currently works as a painter and graphic designer.
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