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Thomas Akers

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Morning Slump, 2005 Watercolor 39" X 31" © 2005
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Night Fisher, 2005 Mixed Media 34" X 28" © 2005
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Restaurant, 2002 Acrylic 20 X 16" © 2002
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The Produce Market, 2004 Acrylic 35 X 27" © 2004
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The Bargain Hunter, 2002 Acrylic 22 X 21" © 2002
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The Checking Station, 2005 Watercolor 37 X 30" © 2005
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Maple Avenue Nocturne, 2007 Acrylic on Wood 26 X 22" © 2007
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Oil Stains and Red Nandina, 2007 Watercolor on Handmade Paper 38 X 31" © 2007
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Steps in Time, 2008 Acrylic on Paper 30 X 21" © 2008
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The Dying Fry Cook, 2002 Acrylic on Panel 26 X 31" © 2002
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Long Shadows, 2005 Acrylic on Panel 31 X 20" © 2005
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Through Some Place a Rainy Night, 2008 Acrylic on Maroflaged Wood 35 X 27" © 2008
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Quick Facts
Representing galleries
Atlanta Art Gallery
Tags
Appalachia
Statement

Thomas Akers is a contemporary American artist with a realistic painting style that has been described as, "Edward Hopper meets Norman Rockwell". He studied art and painting at American University, Washington, DC and has works in private and corporate collections in Europe and America. He resides in the Appalachian area of south-western Virginia and many of his paintings reference the lives of the people now living in that area. He is an artist member of the Academy of Fine Arts in Lynchburg, Virginia and is represented by the Atlanta Art Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia and Studio Eleven in Lexington, Virginia.