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Tom Fritz

Tom Fritz from Ventura County, California is an artist who’s automotive themes represent the Southern California car culture during the 60’s and 70’s. It is colorful and impressionistic that’s beautifully composed and lit with a hint of drama, power, beauty, and action. I think it’s simply fantastic. He’s a member of the Automotive Fine Arts Society and he’s won numerous awards including the prestigious Peter Helck Award seven times, the Art Fitzpatrick Award twice at the Pebble Beach Concours, several Athena Awards and the Lincoln Award of Excellence. His work has appeared on numerous printed pieces, magazines, in museums, corporate offices, concours posters, and private collections. Five of his works were chosen by the U.S. Postal Service for the Muscle Cars Forever stamp series. I simply love Tom’s work.

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SUCCESS QUOTES 

“It’s not necessarily the best artists that will survive, it’s the ones with the most perseverance.”

“Take care of yourself.”

CAREER CHALLENGES

Learn how Tom has figured out to live his life by not dwelling on the challenges but instead by always looking ahead.

AH-HA MOMENTS

After discovering chemistry was not his forte, Tom focused on what he knew he was good at doing.

FIRST SPECIAL AUTOMOBILE

1956 GMC Series 100 pickup truck

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE 

Jack stands. (advice from his father when working on cars)

PARTING ADVICE 

Love your life and love the one you’re with.

HOW TO FIND TOM

Tom Fritz Artist –  www.fritzart.com

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