Artworks are first available for purchase in-person at the Recovered Futures Art Exhibition in Brisbane. Unsold artwork will be available for purchase online following the event.
Explorational Artists - Thomas Doyle's explorative art practice is concerned with achieving true self-actualisation, where the artistic process or journey is just as important as the finished product.
Influenced by the Impressionists and Surrealists, Thomas enjoys accessing his subconsciousness and being led by this flow to create works with a unique design, mood and story, and a safe and gentle depth.
Thomas explores the tactile organic nature of raw fibres alongside patterned mandalas and grids representing the entwined forces of humanity and the environment. Objects such as leaves are pressed and tell their own story of abstraction.
Thomas is disciplined, and adds to his personal growth story by making work everyday, unlocking new skills and thoughts.
Thomas has studied at the Brisbane Institute of Art, Access Arts, Footprints Inc. and Art From The Margins. He regularly exhibits with Art From The Margins and has a current showing at St Andrew's Hospital, Brisbane.
"Don't spend your life with someone you can live with; spend it with the one you can’t live without. When it's gone, one’s presence turns to memories.
A future begins... today, tomorrow, all the same again every year. One’s cycle begins then ends. One’s moment of reflection helps healing, reduces stress and manifests their dreams with mandalas, affirmations and cleansing one’s mind.
Explore your vision - this may teach you how to help release pain, process emotions and find clarity and meaning through self-expression and unlocking the power of the subconscious minds.
The psychology behind how to use art to access the subconscious mind and change limiting patterns and belief has been shown to increase happiness, manage emotions, reduce stress and heal emotional pain.
You are likely to feel confident creating art without self-judgment; creating a tangible image of your visions and dreams."