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Esquire Theater and Clifton Market, 16" x 12", September 9, 2015,Oil pastel on metal


Clifton Firehouse, Fountain and Esquire Theater in heavy impressionism by Tom Lohre.

Clifton Firehouse, Fountain and Esquire; 16" X 12", July 15, 2015, Oil pastel on metal


Tyler Davidson Fountain ILVII Cincinnati Ohio Impressionist Oil Painting by Tom Lohre

Tyler Davidson Fountain ILVII Cincinnati Ohio Impressionist Oil Painting, 8" x 10" x .016” x 2 oz., Oil pastel on metal. Framed in a Neapolitan style simulated gold leaf over clay over wood with no seam in corners weighing 2.5 pounds


Perfect North Ski Resort oil  pastel on metal by Tom Lohre.

Perfect North V, Oil pastel on metal, 20" x 16", Sunday, February 8, 2015


Perfect North Ski Resort oil  pastel on metal by Tom Lohre.

Perfect North Slopes III, Finished Tuesday, January 6, 2015, 8" x 10" x .016” x 2 oz., Oil pastel on metal. Framed in a Neapolitan style simulated gold leaf over clay over wood with no seam in corners weighing 2.5 pounds


Cincinnati landscape Painting by local artist Tom Lohre of Queen City Great American Building at Night

Queen City Great American Building at Night I, Oil pastel on metal, 8" x 10", Finished Sunday, February 8, 2015


Landscape of red trees outside Superior Honda oil pastel on metal by Tom Lohre

Superior Honda Landscape, Oil pastel on metal, 10" x 8", January 6, 2015


Perfect North Slopes II Lawrenceburg Indiana Cincinnati Ohio Impressionism Oil Painting by Tom Lohre

Perfect North II, Oil pastel on metal, 10" x 8", Monday, December 29, 2014


Oil pastel on metal of Cincinnati's Mount Adams by Tom Lohre.

Mount Adams XIII, Oil pastel on metal, 36" x 24", December 23, 2014

This is the eighth version of Mount Adams from across the Ohio River. In the old days Tom would be on the docks of the Riverside Marina painting. Now he works the new versions in his studio. The marina has moved up river. Tom paints this view over and over in different color versions because of the universality of the water, mountain, and church on top. It looks not unlike Mont Saint Michel Abbey. This is the first large size tableau using the melted oil pastels on metal. Painted with a limited palette of eight of colors. Each color plays a role: medium gray for cold atmosphere and clouds; white for clouds and water reflection of the sky; medium blue for sky and water; light green for sprouting buds of spring in the bushes; dark green for evergreen and moss; light Naples’s yellow for sunlight on stone; light violet for shadow of stone and concrete and blood red for humans.


Cincinnati's Tyler Davidson Fountain, oil on canvas by Tom Lohre.

Fountain Square ILIX, Oil on canvas, 36" x 48", December 19, 2014


Dolphin Boy one of the four base statues  of Cincinnati's Tyler Davidson Fountain latex on canvas by Tom Lohre.

Dolphin Boy II, Acrylic on canvas, 30" x 40", December 4, 2014

The Tyler Davidson fountain has been painted by Tom many times. The first paintings were done in the winter from the second floor of the Westin Hotel. Earlier Tom painted a woman’s portrait with one of the corner statues in the foreground. This painting is the state of the art Tom’s series. The statue plays a dual role of colorful bouquet of color and abstract image of a popular motif in Cincinnati. The nine colors were refined over years. Each color plays a special role and has a deep effect on the artist. Tom feels that these nine colors can take the viewer where he wants to take them with as little extra as possible. These colors were specially mixed at the paint store and have been used almost exclusively. Every time Tom tries to revise or adapt the series it never hits the mark as these colors do. By expanding the color blob sizes you can abstract the work until it plays against knowing and enjoying.


Mount Adams XII, Acrylic on canvas, 48" x 30", December 1, 2014


Glow in the Dark Painting of Cincinnati's Fountain Square by Tom Lohre

Glow in the Dark Painting of Cincinnati's Fountain Square by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square LXX, Oil pastel on metal, 12" x 16", Wednesday, January 14, 2015 The first day glow painting, done in 2003, was of Irene


Oil pastel melted on metal of the Lady of the Water the top figure of Cincinnati's Tyler Davidson Fountain by Tom Lohre.

Fountain Square LXIX, Oil pastel on metal, 18" x 36", Saturday, January 3, 2015


Glow in the Dark Painting of Cincinnati's Fountain Square by Tom Lohre.

Fountain Square LXXI, Glowing oil pastel on metal, 12" x 16", Tuesday, Janaury 20, 2015
Tom started working with glow in the dark colors while developing his Lego painting machine in 2003. The addition of new colors stymied Tom till 2015 when he was willing to advance the process dovetailing it with his March 2015 Show.
There are two aspects of glow in the dark. Some of the colors can be seen and other colors are colored with an approximation of the glow color. For now, Tom will be using the glow colors for skies and reflection of the sky on the water. Tom developed an applicator to facilitate thicker glow color for the daylight version to show an opaque surface.


Large oil painting of the Lady of the Waters Tyler Davidson Fountain Square Cincinnati Ohio by Tom Lohre.

Fountain Square ILVIII, Oil on canvas, 36" x 48", December 11, 2014

This version of the Lady of the Waters the top figure of the Tyler Davidson Fountain in the center of Cincinnati is derived from an earlier painting that juxtaposed a nude figure in front of the statue. Once Tom started deriving his work into simple nine color blobs the motif came to life. Tom has since painted it many times in smaller sizes now in the size it deserves. In this version the derived work was a nude black woman standing in place of the main figure.


Oil painting of Ceasasr Creek Glider Port, Waynesville, Ohio by Tom  Lohre.

Ceasar Creek Glider Port, Waynesville, Ohio, 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, July 14, 2013


Perfect North Slopes II Lawrenceburg Indiana Cincinnati Ohio Impressionism Oil Painting by Local Artist Tom Lohre

Perfect North Slopes I, Lawrenceburg Indiana Cincinnati Ohio Impressionism Oil Painting, Finished Tuesday, January 6, 2015, 8" x 10" x .016” x 2 oz., Oil pastel on metal. Framed in a Neapolitan style simulated gold leaf over clay over wood with no seam in corners weighing 2.5 pounds


Oil pastels melted on metal of Cincinnati's Ludlow Village Esquire Movie Theater by Tom Lohre.

Esquire IV, Oil pastel on metal, 24" x 18", December 16, 2014

Ludlow Avenue in Clifton is neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The neighborhood includes all the features of a charming landscape. “Holidays on Ludlow” is an evening of carriage rides, music, caroling and special events by the merchants. The carriage rides start in front of Graeter’s Ice Cream the view for this painting. The previous painting with this view was done from life. The evening streets wet from drizzle. A delicate balance of color is struck to display night. The dark opaque oil pastel left something to be desired. This derived version in nine colors lightens the scene by keeping all the colors light. The blob abstraction allows the knowledgeable viewer to pick out the features of the street avoiding the ponderous dark nature of the previous painting, Esquire IV.


Esquire Theater IV, Ludlow Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio, 24" x 18", Oil pastel on metal, December 16, 2014


Esquire Theater III, Ludlow Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio, 24" x 18", Oil pastel on metal, December 4, 2014

A favorite view includes the theater and unique building on the left add the trees overhanging from the right and you have a charming streetscape. This painting is a larger version of an oil painting Tom painted in the winter from inside the barber shop. The chunky melted oil pastels with limited palette make a novel rendition of winter light. A group of friends walks down the center of the snow covered street.


Telford Avenue III, 20 " x 16", Oil pastel melted on thirty gauge metal, February 2, 2014  by Tom Lohre.

Telford Avenue III, 20 " x 16", Oil pastel on metal, February 2, 2014
The scene was painted from life in the Om Café during the Sunday Jazz brunch. The snow conditions give it a somber mood blotting out most of the detail. Tom’s intention is to paint Clifton Gaslight’s Ludlow Avenue over and over in the tradition of the Parisian masters. The new manner makes this possible by delivering a riveting, alive, work that breaks new ground for an appreciating audience.


Clifton Gaslight IV, 12" x 16", Oil pastel melted on thirty gauge metal, February 26, 2014 Cincinnati, Ohio by Tom  Lohre

Clifton Gaslight IV, 20” x 16", Oil pastel on metal, February 26, 2014
The scene is from Holidays on Ludlow” with the horse drawn carriage picking up passengers in front of Graeter’s Ice Cream. The sky and street are enhanced by rendering them with high key color, each area having many colors from the complete spectrum.


Impressionist painting of the famous Ludlow Garage in Cilfton, Cincinnati, Ohio by Tom Lohre.

Ludlow Garage, 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, January 18, 2014

Painted from inside Dan's Clifton Barbers on a winter’s day alluding to snow covering the street and no cars. A lone woman walks her dog in the middle of the street. Tom took images of people passing by all day and put one in the painting. Sitting in the barber shop all day may you feel like you were a barber? The endless discussion between barber and client is a unique. Dan and Susan carefully address their client and make a smooth transition into a comfortable banter that continues as the client steers the discussion. The barber shop was chosen for it commanding view of the main architectural building of Ludlow Avenue, the Ludlow Garage. Originally an auto shop now a restaurant, Olives, with a large expanse of space in the back that is an Ace Hardware store. Upstairs is a long standing It’s Yoga salon. The style of the building is regal made of limestone and clay tile roof.


Impressionist painting of Telford Avenue, Clifton, Cincinnati, Ohio by Tom Lohre.

Telford Avenue II, 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, January 19, 2014

Painted from inside the Om Café on a winter’s day emulating snow covering everything, cars covered with heaps of snow an no one driving. A lone woman walks across the street looking at her cell phone. It was Sunday and a Jazz band from Cincinnati’s Conservatory of Music played during brunch. Tom was right up there with the band grooving on the music as he painted. This work represents best the pointillism effect of the quarter inch crayons. Each stroke takes up the roll of several regular strokes. Just the slightest daub brings real character to the figure and architecture. You can even see she is looking at cell phone.


Clifton Gaslight III, 12" x 16", Oil pastel melted on thirty gauge metal, February 8, 2014 Cincinnati, Ohio by Tom Lohre.

Clifton Gaslight III, 20” x 16", Oil pastel on metal, February 8, 2014
The scene is from “Holidays on Ludlow” with the horse drawn carriage lmaking the turn from Clifton to Ludlow. Inspired by Edouard Cortez, Eugene Galien-Laloue, Luigi Loir and Jean Beraud. The rough work is the new rough. The color wax sticks melted onto a hot metal is alive even after it cools. In the past Tom relied on the time of day painting in the street to dictate the light and color of the painting but now he needs to give the painting everything it needs. In the past he shied away from dawn or dusk paintings thinking it was kitsch, low-brow style of mass-produced art or design using popular or cultural icons. This new medium wants him paint all the light effects.


Telford Avenue Clifton Gaslight impressionist painting by Tom Lohre.

Telford Avenue, Clifton, Cincinnati; 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, July 20, 2013

Always looking for new views of his neighborhood village, Tom still returns to the old standards like this view of a small side street off Ludlow. On the right is a popular fine restaurant, La poste, to the left is Graeter’s Ice Cream. The stately apartment building on the right attached to the newer but still charming brick apartment building that anchors the corner make up the charming architecture. To the left, a simple yellow brick apartment building completes the classic one perspective composition.


Clifton Gaslight Cincinnati Ohio impressionist painting  using a pancake  griddle by Tom Lohre.

Clifton Gaslight II, Cincinnati; 16" x 20", Oil pastel on metal, July 25, 2013

Refining the classic gaslight view in this larger canvas of the melted manner, the larger size brings the colors together explaining the features better. Juggling the metal held onto the hot plate with magnets works best with this size. All the visual elements of the gaslight district are present, the swirling balconies on the right, the classic Esquire movie theater in the center and the bohemian Sitwell’s Coffee House on the left. The daytime sunny color rendered in bright colors whether in shade or sun.


Tom Lohre painting of Ludlow and Telford Avenues III, Clifton, Cincinnati; 16" x 12", Oil on aluminum, July 15, 2013, available.

Ludlow and Telford Avenues III, Clifton, Cincinnati; 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, July 15, 2013

Painted from life in Clifton Plaza, Tom plugged into the socket on the street lamps to power the hot plate that heated the metal so the color could be melted onto it. A busy body called the police to stop Tom from stealing the power from the City. Two officers showed up to forcing Tom to immediately stop. Later it was discovered the power is paid for by the Clifton Business and Professional Association which condones the use. Sitting in one location for five hours, you see the world past by and sometimes throwing a wrench.


Clifton Gaslight painting  by Tom Liohre.

Clifton Gaslight, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 10, 2013, 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, painted from life


The Beach Water Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, impressionist oil painting by Tom Lohre.

The Beach Water Park, 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, August 15, 2013


The Crew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio, impressionist oil painting by Tom Lohre.

Crew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio; 12" x 16", Oil pastel on metal, August 30, 2013

Come spring or fall Tom goes to Fountain Square and paints. This painting shows the evolution of the motif. The Crew Tower takes center stage with the Tyler Davidson Fountain taking second fiddle. Since they moved the fountain, Tom finds this view rewarding. He looks forward to developing this motif further. In the old days he would paint from the second floor of the Weston Hotel. The bird’s eye view was especially well composed. Working indoors allowed him to paint in the winter.


Ludlow and Telford Avenues, Clifton, Cincinnnati; 16" x 12", Oil on aluminum, painting by Tom Lohre.

Ludlow Village II, Clifton Gaslight, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 1, 2013, 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, this is the second of six works painted on location on Clifton Plaza on Ludlow Avenue in Clifton a neighborhood of Cincinnati in the summer. Tom lives nearby. This was his second series of works painted on Ludlow. He used an unconventional painting manner melting fancy crayons on hot metal.
To the right through the trees is the Esquire Theater. The building featured houses Pangaea, a women’s clothing store and Sitwell’s Coffee Shop. To the left is Telford Street. Tom is thinking of opening a window box gallery between the Esquire and Sitwell’s. There is a closet in Sitwell’s where the back wall is the street front. Tom would put a picture window in the wall.


Ludlow and Telford Avenues II, Clifton, Cincinnnati; 16" x 12", Oil on aluminum, painting by Tom Lohre

Ludlow and Telford Avenues I, Clifton, Cincinnati; 16" x 12", Oil pastel on metal, July 1, 2013


Fountain Square XL, May 24, 2013, 12" x 16", Oil pastel on metal, Adaption of a 1994 series of fountain paintings done on the skywalk during a festival. The series of four are bird-eye views done on location near the fountain but not actuality seeing the fountain. The buildings are suggested by stripes of vertical color. These early paintings lend themselves to being reinterpreted using the pixelated painting manner melting oil pastels on a heated surface similar to his painting machine.


Fountain Square, Cincinnati Ohio, impressionist painting by Tom Lohre.

Fountain Square XXXIX, December 5, 2012, 24" x 24", Acrylic on canvas , available


One Man Art Sale, Clifton Performance Theater, 404 Ludlow Avenue, 45220. Showing new work on the set while painting on stage.


Fountain Square, Cincinnati Ohio by Tom Lohre; Painting of adaptation of the best of the old fountain series done on the square in 2006 and used the new pixelated manner with the new colors and structure.

Fountain Square XXXVI, July 2, 2012, 5" x 7", Acrylic on board


Painting of Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio by Tom Lohre.  Adaption of the latest fountain painting done on the square in the spring of 2010 using the pixelated manner and painted with the latest nine colors.

Fountain Square XXXVII, July 3, 2012, 5" x 7", Acrylic on board


Fountain Square XXXV, July 1, 2012, 5" x 7", Acrylic on board


Fountain Square Cincinnati Ohio impressionist painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXXIV, June 26, 2012, 5" x 7", Acrylic on board


Derived from Winold Reiss's Union Terminal mural , 48" x 24', Latex on canvas, Painting for set in "Disgruntled Employees", Clifton Performance Theatre, 404 Ludlow Ave., 45220, www.CliftonPerformanceTheatre.com


Cincinnati Fountain Square Lady painted with chalk powder mixed wiith buttermik on concrete by Tom Lohre.

Fountain Square XXXVIII, 4' x 6', pastel on concrete, Clifton Plaza, September 29, 2012 painted as part of ArtCarpets organized by Jan Brown Checco, part of CliftonFest and StreetScapes


Fountain Square Oil Painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXVI, 16" x 12", Oil on canvas, July 22, 2011, available
Another in a long line of fountain paintings this one started in the spring while Helen was still in school. The painting will be a stepping off point for the next series of abstract colorful paintings done in the varnish manner.


Fountain Square Abstract Painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain XXXI, 5" x 7", Oil on board, October 20, 2011


Fountain Square Abstract Painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain XXXII, 5" x 7", Oil on board, October 25, 2011


Clifton Plaza Chalk Art of Fountain Square by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXVII, 3' x 4', Chalk on concrete, September 24, 2011


Fountain Square Abstract Painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain XXVIII, 5" x 7", Oil on board, October 7, 2011


Fountain Square Abstract Painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain XXIX, 5" x 7", Oil on board, October 10, 2011


Fountain Square Abstract Painting by Tom Lohre

Fountain XXX, 5" x 7", Oil on board, October 15, 2011


Clifton Plaza Chalk Art of Fountain Square by Tom Lohre

Caption:
Fountain Square Lady, 4’ x 6’, chalk on concrete, on the Clifton Plaza off Ludlow Avenue done during Clifton’s Street Scapes 2010


Fountain Square Abstract Painting by Tom Lohre
Fountain XXVIII, 5" x 7", Oil on board, October 7, 2011


Fountain Square XXIV, oil on camvas, 16" x 12", February 23, 2011, by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXIV, oil on canvas, 16" x 12", February 23, 2011, Cincinnati’s Fountain Square painted in Tom's radically different impressionist manner using carefully crafted colors, white, light lemon yellow, light yellow green, light blue, blue, yellow ochre, Nantucket red, purple, green and dark violet gray. The colors play two roles, one of light and dark and the other as representatives of all colors. With the simple line drawing in dark gray violet the combined effect is one of a half processed image somewhere between the eye and the visual cortex. The colors applied in a watercolor manner using tinted Dammar varnish. Not only does it smell great it looks beautiful with a high gloss finish. The manner, derived from Tom’s painting Lego robot, works with ten colors to simulate full color. Look forward to a painting in this manner using glow in the dark colors.


Fountain Square XXVII, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", October 23, 2010, by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXVII, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", October 23, 2010


Fountain Square XX, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", November 4, 2010, by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XX, oil on canvas, 20" x 16", November 4, 2010

Nine color blob painting, derived from the Lego Robot Painter, using simple distillations of life.

Cincinnati, Fountain Square, Ohio River, Lady of the Waters, Tyler Davidson Fountain

Ochre, Olive Green, DuPont Building, Fifth Third Building, Downtown

Lemon Yellow, Violet, Red

Stand Oil, Damar Varnish, Fredrix Sign Canvas, Fredrix Strecher Bars, Copper Tacks

1-1/2 inch Simulated Gold Napoleon Frame, Made in Taiwan, Inner Lining, Gold Leaf, Napoleon Frame

Wood, Popular Wood, Clay

Fountain Square XVI

Fountain Square XIV, oil on board, 16" x 12", October 20, 2010

Mount Adams IV, oil on board, 16" x 12", Ocotber 19, 2010

Fountain Square, CIncinnati

Fountain Square XV, oil on board, 16" x 12", October 21, 2010

Pool Reflection, Oil on canvas, June 30, 2010, 20" x 16"
Painted at Clifton Meadows Tennis and Swim Club as his daughter practiced swim and dive. Tom was interested in using the surface of the pool and the bathing suits below it to make an abstract painting.

Fountain Square XIV, oil on board, 16" x 12", June 10, 2010

Fountain Square XIII, oil on board, 16" x 12", June1, 2010

Dolphin Boy, 5" x 7", September 2009

Goose Boy 5" x 7", September 2009

Fountain Square X, oil on board, 16" x 20", September 2009

Fountain Square XI, 16" x 20", oil on canvas, September 18, 2009

Fountain XII, oil on board, 16" x 12", July 1, 2010

Sunderland Home, 30" x 24", oil on canvas, July 16, 2010

Digital Study for the canvas

Sunderland Home, oil on canvas, 7" x 5", October 13, 2009, by Tom Lohre

7" x 5" Study

Grant Park, Chicago, 4' x 3', latex on canvas, November 4, 2008

Abstract Landscape V, 16" x 12", oil on board, December 2008

Fountain Square XXV, Wax on aluminum, Glow-in=the-dark colors, 20" x 12", March 10, 2011, by  Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXV, Wax on aluminum, Glow-in-the-dark colors, 20" x 12", March 10, 2011, by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXV, Wax on aluminum, Glow-in-the-dark colors, 20" x 12", March 10, 2011, by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square XXV, Wax on aluminum, Glow-in-the-dark colors, 20" x 12", March 10, 2011

Painted using Sakura transparent oil pastel mixed with glow in the dark pigment. Tom paints the Fountain Square from time to time and this version is a step in another direction. The glow color is not always the same color as the color when the lights are turned off. Tom did two other paintings in this manner, an Arab woman with the Sphinx in the background and the other a portrait of his wife as the “Woman with the Pearl Earring.” In time Tom expects to refine this manner for it takes working in more than one dimension, painting one part of the work to glow in the dark and another for the light. Glow in the dark paintings have not been popular more of novelty. Tom sees possibilities but the dual nature means working in the surreal. Tom first painting was what he saw when you close your eyes, squiggly lines of light that looks like glow in the dark colors. We all are familiar with the glow in the dark because we all see the squiggly line behind our eyeballs.

Fountain II, 12" x 16", oil on board, November 20, 2008

Fountain III, 12" x 16", oil on board, November 22, 2008

Fountain IV, 12" x 16", oil on board, November 24, 2008

Fountain Square, 16" x 12", September 2005 , by Tom Lohre

Fountain Square, 16" x 12", September 2005

Telford Avenue, Clifton, Ludlow Village, Cincinnati, Ohio, 16" x 12", Oil on board

Mount Adams. 18" x 58", oil on canvas, 2002

Painted from life along the Ohio River from Dave's Riverside Marina before the development moved the dock to Dayton, Kentucky

Clifton Cow, 8" x 10" oil on canvas of the Clifton Cow Jumping Over the Moon in Mount Storm Park

Cliftonridge Commission

Bogart's Music Venue, 16" x 20", oil on canvas

Groeber Home, Springfield, Ohio, 10" x 8", watercolor on paper, Feb. 13, 1998

Morrison Place, Oil on canvas, 16 x 12", Spring 1996

Foutain Square, Oil on canvas, 24" x 30", 1993

One of three painted live during a festival on a bridge part of the skywalk. You could not see the fountain or square from this location. All three were birds eye views.

Mt. Adams Laundry

4" x 6", watercolor on paper, 1973



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