Thom Roberts with the One Another X Studio A range, July 2018, part of the Studio A Design Partnerships Program, partnering Studio A artists with designers and manufacturers.
The National: New Australian Art 2019
Thom Roberts Counts Trains - The National: New Australian Art, Carriageworks, March 2019, 18 resin coated polyester fabric banners
Burt the Oscar Train, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 101.0cm x 119.0cm
Energy (Romy), 2018, acrylic on canvas, 76.0cm x 101.5cm
Dodley Builds Skyscrapers, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 76.0cm x 101.5cm
Silver 'S' Sets, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 86.5cm x 103.5cm
Thom Roberts, The Positive and Negative of Thom Roberts' Workshop, Cementa Festival, Kandos, April 2017
Thom Roberts, Portrait Crow with Bugs, animated drawing of his own crown with millipedes. The artwork was presented as a projection and created for Cementa17 in Kandos, April 2017.
birdfoxmonster, 2017, a multi-sensorial performance and dining experience created through a new collaboration between Studio A and Erth Visual and Physical Inc., presented by Carriageworks.
Thom and Angelmouse, Get Up and Boogie, 2015, HD digital animation, stereo sound, 16:9, 2′00″
Originally shown in Tower Up, an installation by the collaborative art practice of Thom Roberts and Harriet Body (Angelmouse). Made for Wonder at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, June - August, 2015
Thom Roberts is fascinated with reading peoples crowns (the spiral where your hair grows from) and draws the animals and creatures he perceives as residing in subjects’ crowns. Thom Roberts performing ‘crown readings’ at the Studio A Love Launch February 2018.
Studio A is supported by the NSW Government through the NSW Department of Family and Community Service and ArtsNSW Studio A is a social enterprise initiative of Studio ARTES Northside, an organisation that provides creative programs with whole-life outcomes for adults with disability.