I started my art career early, drawing cartoons in First Grade for candy money. Years later in 1986, I would go on to be voted best artist in my Senior Class.
After High School, I took art classes at Parsons in Manhattan, U.C. Berkeley, and The Academy of Art in San Francisco, before finally settling on caricaturing as being my main profession.
It was fun, easy for me, and I liked it.
I first starting working at Pier 39 on Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco in 1993, honing my skills, drawing 50 or more people a day, 8 hours a day for 4 years.
In 1997, I quit working for someone else and joined The San Francisco Street Artist program..... Not satisfied, I took my skills on the road, and opened businesses in Hawaii, Mexico, and finally settled back to my roots in good old New Jersey.
I currently have two locations in Seaside Heights and San Francisco.
I have had some noteworthy moments in my professional career, a few of them are represented below
Painting for Samuel Adams Brewery that was in its annual report for 1997 and was featured as March in its yearly calendar
It hung in their cafeteria for 11 years, and was returned and signed by Owner, Jim Koch
Comissoned painting by Tesla Motors. For a party attended by Elon Musk They LOVED it!
Drawing for the North Carolina Panthers Super Bowl 50
Commissioned by 4 time Super Bowl Champion and Coach Ricky Proehl
In 1998, I was featured as a caricaturist in the Academy of Arts Future of Art and Design
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Caricature of Thomas Fluharty for
the 2017 ISCA Convention in Orlando