Tom O'Meara

Tom O'Meara was born in Montreal, Canada where he still resides. He is the youngest of five children of Roger O'Meara and Lucette Bernier. It was not until he graduated from McGill University with a bachelor's degree in engineering that he began drawing. After experimenting with different types of mediums and surfaces, this Canadian artist settled on acrylics on gesso-layered masonite boards. His paintings grace the homes of noted individuals and institutions such as Rachel Robinson, Ronald Reagan, The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Mike Schmidt, Dale Murphy, Tim Raines,
André Dawson, and more.