Tom Hammick’s seductive landscapes are known for revealing the ‘otherworldliness’ of life. His work reflects on the human condition, detailing the minutiae of everyday life to express themes of transience, fragility and awe.

Hammick studied Art History at the University of Manchester before becoming a trainee Stone Mason and working on Salisbury Cathedral. He went on to study Fine Art and later on an MA in Printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts.

Having exhibited at over 40 solo shows internationally, Hammick has worked as an artist since 2002, he is currently represented by The Eagle Gallery, London, Paul Kane Gallery, Dublin, and Page and Strange, Canada.

Hammick is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Painting and Printmaking at the University of Brighton and Visiting Lecturer in Fine Art at the University of Ulster and Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

Hammick’s work is held in several major public and corporate collections including the British Museum, V&A, Deutsche Bank and The Yale Centre for British Art, Bibliotheque Nationale de France and The Library of Congress, Washington. In 2015 Lund Humphries published a 144 page monograph on his paintings and prints.