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Tom Day is an Indianapolis-based artist who works out of the Harrison Center for the Arts.

He uses many of his portraits to navigate themes of racism and social justice through the lens of a privileged perspective, all while deconstructing his own experiences with white supremacy and toxic Christianity.


Day combines digital and traditional painting to portray the entirety of human emotion, ranging from extreme joy to crippling anxiety to all-consuming passion and love.

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