Tom Marosz (Los Angeles 1951 -)

Exhibited by


Tom’s broad skill set has enabled him to create a number of large scale installations: The Vantage Pointe sculpture, a lit glass winged water feature standing over 18’ tall, is stationed at the entrance to downtown San Diego at the corner of 10th and A Street. Another, created for the Law School of British Columbia, spans 4 stories and features 450 suspended glass spheres. In 2013, Tom created and installed several glass features for the remodel of the Viejas Hotel and Casino. The largest of these features jumbo glass panels, fused in Tom’s massive kiln, weaved with colors and textures reflective of the Viejas Kumeyaay Indian culture. Aside from Tom’s public collections his unique sculptures are presently enjoyed in many private collections worldwide.


2019 – Palm Beach Art Show, Florida
2019 – Context, Miami
2018 – SOFA, Chicago
2018 – Boca Raton Art Show
2018 – Palm Beach Art Show, Florida
2018 – Context, Miami
2017 – Boca Raton Art Show
2017 – Context, Miami
2017 – SOFA, Chicago
2017 – International Art Show, Boston
2017 – ACA Fine Art Contest & Exhibit Cincinnati, OH
2017 – Cube Art Fair: The American Art Fair of Brussels, Belgium
2017 – Palm Beach Art Show, Florida
2016 – Art Hamptons

2016 - Palm Beach Art Show, Florida
2016 – SOFA, Chicago
2015 – SOFA, Chicago
2012 – People’s Choice Award, Southern California Glass Art Society
2011 – Public Art Installation at The Law School of British Colombia, Vancouver BC
2009 – Public Art Installation at “Vantage Pointe” San Diego CA
2007 – Solo Exhibition: Collectors Fine Art Las Vegas NV
2006 – Solo Exhibition: Collectors Fine Art of Kauai HI

2004 – Solo Exhibition: Artesia Vail CO
2004 – Solo Exhibition: Le Jardin Des Arts, Denver CO
2003 – Solo Exhibition: Artesia, Vail CO
2002 – Solo Exhibition: Reflections, Palm Springs CA
2000 – National Science Foundation Grant for Holographic Research
1997 – Public Art Installation at The Hilton San Diego Bay
1994 – Award of Merit, San Diego Art Institute
1993 – Best in show, San Diego Art Institute


Tom Marosz's drive to test the limits of manipulating light began early on; teenage interests in photography and optics yielded early holography projects. His efforts were deemed so cutting edge during the 1960's that he ended up collaborating with the Navy Electronics Lab team in Point Loma. After 15 years of expert execution of glass construction and glass handling, Tom built upon his experience using cold working skills, cutting and polishing tools, and creating glass sculptures. Many of his current works are created using optic crystal, dichroic coatings and kiln fusing.