"Artwork From The Future", oil on canvas, 2015.  Art, photography and staging done by yours truly. On view in Memphis, TN 10/06/2017.

"Artwork From The Future", oil on canvas, 2015.  Art, photography and staging done by yours truly. On view in Memphis, TN 10/06/2017.

What's New:

Park Terrace Hotel, Bryant Park Selects Matthew Thomas' Artwork For  Bryant Park Renovations

Park Terrace Hotel, an unexpected respite in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Located on Bryant Park, it’s a place to gather your thoughts—or be inspired. With its sophisticated design and best-in-class technology, this is the place to work productively, while still finding peace and restoration in urban nature. Matthew Thomas created two  paintings  for Park Terrace Hotel's newly renovated lobby.These works were created to commemorate William Cullen Bryant's contributions to American poetry, spiritual reflection of his work and the rigorous duality of personal and professional success as editor of the New York Post. Hotel renovations and art collections on view November 2017.


Artwork Licensed For Steve McQueen's Feature Film "Widows" (2018) Set Decor

Set in contemporary Chicago, amidst a time of turmoil, four women with nothing in common except a debt left behind by their dead husbands' criminal activities take fate into their own hands and conspire to forge a future on their own terms.


Matthew Thomas Creates New Work & Volume Prints With  Maintaining Place l Making Space Exhibition

ArtsMemphis and The CLTV are delighted to be partnering on Year Two of the Memphis art CSA. Together, we're showcasing three exceptional black artists, who reflect the diversity and talent of our local artist community. In the process, we hope to promote the broader goal of cultural equity, and to cultivate a new generation of art collectors in Memphis. Together, they have commissioned CSA works from three black artists: Lawrence Matthews III, Matthew Thomas, and Felicia Wheeler. This year’s CSA collections will include a work of art from each of these three artists. View "The Culture of Poverty", 2017