Tom Queoff, an accomplished sculptor, is internationally recognized for his mastery of wood, ice, steel, stone and bronze. His work reflects his love of the outdoors and his passionate spirit. Tom is a rugged outdoorsman who has traveled the world as he captains a USA Snow Sculpting team. Tom and his teammates, Mike Martino, and Mike Sponholtz have received numerous awards for their work including a Bronze Medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan and a Gold Medal at the US Nationals in Breckenridge, CO. Tom’s recent accomplishments include a sculpture for the Rev. Desmond Tutu Lifetime Achievement Award at Marquette University.
Specializing in bronze, Tom and his team, work in many types of materials including, stone, wood, and metals from small pieces to monumental. Tom’s impressive library of commissioned work displays his vast range of styles from realistic to abstract including:
- Museum Work
- Corporate Identity
Some of Tom original contemporary and abstract pieces are available in the Gallery.