Thomas Lively Fluharty Jr., is an American illustrator and art educator. Fluharty's work has appeared on the covers of Der Spiegel, Time, Mad and The Weekly Standard, in The New York Times, US News & World Report, The Village Voice, and in children's books. Fluharty teaches drawing and oil painting online at Schoolism.com.
|Education||Art Institute of Pittsburgh|
|Known for||Art, Illustration|
|Awards||Communication Arts illustration annual winner 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2013|
|Website||Thomas Fluharty's Official site|
Pop culture artist and illustrator whose work has been featured in publications like The New York Times, The Weekly Standard, and the U.S. News & World Report. He is known for political and social commentary, celebrity caricatures, and even several children's books.
After earning an associate degree at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, he trained for over a decade with cartoonist Ken Bald. He would later study painting at the School of Visual Arts and the National Academy of Fine Arts.
He was one of five advertising illustrators to co-found the storyboarding company Pitch House.
His wife's name is Kristi. The couple had five daughters and settled together in Prior Lake, Minnesota.
- Minnesota Artists
- Art teacher
Latest information about Thomas Fluharty updated on June 14 2021.