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About Thomas Hamm

Thomas Hamm Original Works of Art by Thomas Lee Hamm, II

Thomas Lee Hamm II is an accomplished artist, photographer, graphic designer and watercolorist. He is a born and raised Charlestonian, and now makes his home on James Island with his wife and daughter, where he works from a small studio on the Intracoastal Waterway. He has been an exhibiting member of the Charleston Artist Guild and the Folly Beach Art Guild. He was a founding member of the Islands Art Gallery on James Island, where he frequently held demos, lectures and exhibitions. He has displayed for many area galleries, businesses and organizations and has earned numerous awards from exhibitions and juried shows.

He works mainly with inks, watercolor and other transparent media, however occasionally switches to oils and acrylics. His artwork is often very photo-realistic, drawing much of his subject matter from nature and wildlife. His pieces often incorporate the use of iridescent powders, washes, glazes and unexpected additives in order to achieve a certain look or feel.

Professionally, Thomas Hamm works in communications and marketing for the Medical University of South Carolina. A collection of his botanical illustrations is on display within the Drug Discovery building on MUSC's main campus as part of their Porcher Medicinal Garden exhibit. His botanical illustration "Bird of Paradise" was purchased by the City of North Charleston and is on display within the city offices.