Thomas Bucich, a New York native and permanent resident in Australia, has pursued his
professional career running a multi-disciplinary studio in Art and Design since 1990.
From classical fine arts training at The Arts Students League and a Bachelor of Fine Arts
Degree in Architectural Design from Parsons School of Design in New York City, Thomas’s
career has spanned across the architectural interior and fine arts markets in New York and
Following nearly three decades producing luxury interior residential and commercial
environments, while also maintaining an active fine art practice; Thomas has now
committed to a full time pursuit of expanding his art through commissions, working
alongside art consultants and producing exhibitions. His works are created in a variety of
mediums including cast bronze, carved stone, and manipulated found objects through to
works on paper and canvas.
Whilst exhibiting in various galleries in Sydney and Regionally, Thomas has won major
sculpture prizes and commissions including the Thredbo Sculpture prize with permanent
placement of a life size cast bronze in the Thredbo Village Green, and more recently The
Moss Vale Veterans War Memorial - an 18 metre long relief mixed media sculpture. His
works are also in the permanent collections of several international hotels, corporate
offices, restaurants and private collectors.
"The innate need to create drives the plasticity in my practice and allows me to roam
between the disciplines of drawing, painting and sculpture in some sort of poetic
Through the methods of experimentation and unexpected use of combination of
materials, acceptance of chance reactions, the creative process and discipline is altered
and manifested. The process informs the finished work. The working, assembling,
recycling and modifying of materials amplifies their spirit essence; as in the ancient
alchemical practices, which transforms lead into gold.
My latest works are a reflection on my connection with culture, self, society and the
natural environment; observer and observed, perceptions of nature and man.
Art is often described as a mirror to the culture in which it is produced. My intention for
my work is to mirror the reciprocal beauty and chaos / creation and destruction of nature
and human spirit. "
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