Tom Loepp’s art has been acquired by many private and corporate collectors including Campbell Soup, Yale University, Stanford Law and Oppenheimer Capital. In addition to his gallery exhibitions, his work has been included in the Centennial Exhibitions for the Brooklyn Bridge at the Brooklyn Museum and an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. He remains in their permanent collection.
Tom spent a month painting atop the Brooklyn Bridge during its renovation. This lofty achievement was followed by years painting on top of the World Trade Center. His murals painted for McCarter and English Law offices in Newark depict a snowy Jersey City as seen from the iconic structures. His portrait works include Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist and was placed near his coffin where he rested in state in 2005. Tom lives in Casper, Wyoming where he takes inspiration from the landscape, its inhabitants and his imagination. This is Tom’s first graphic novel.