City Scape

Morgan Lehman Gallery 

September 5 – October 7, 2023

Morgan Lehman is proud to announce, “City Scape”, the first New York solo show by Austin Thomas in over five years. This exhibition showcases Thomas's distinct abstract works — vivid works on paper and paintings brought to life with inked steel stencils and foam shapes, harmonizing chaos through the use of basic geometric figures.


The Berkshire Botanical Garden

5 West Stockbridge Road

Stockbridge, MA 01262

April 1 through May 1, 2022

curated by Sue Muskat and Phil Knoll

Form Re-Formed

curated by Jeannine Bardo

Works by Nancy Cohen, Marisa Tesauro, and Austin Thomas
February 25 — April 2, 2022

Review: A Printmaker Memorializes New York City’s Architecture 
“Manhattan is my easel,” said Austin Thomas 
By Clayton Schuster
August 8, 2021
Review: Austin Thomas’ ‘Metropolis’ plays singular songs of the city

At Municipal Bonds, the New York artist shows works conjuring both the frenzy and quietude of urban life


AUGUST 4, 2021


JULY 10 - SEPTEMBER 3, 2021

Municipal Bonds is pleased to present Austin Thomas's second exhibition with the gallery, titled Metropolis. In this homage to her hometown, Thomas's work embodies the dynamics of New York City, its architecture and energy. Featuring a selection of abstract monotypes on found paper, her solo show is both referential and reverential of quotidian moments from the city streets. 
Austin Thomas: In Constellation, MUNICIPAL BONDS Jul 15th – Sep 30th, Online Exclusive
Municipal Bonds presents "Austin Thomas: In Constellation," an online exclusive exhibition of celestial monoprints. As an artist-gallery fundraiser, 20% of sales will be donated to the pop-up food pantry organized by La Jornada and Together We Can Food Pantry at Queens Museum.
Returning to the Source: Wave Hall Gardens, Bronx, NY, January 18  –  March 29, 2020

Wave Hill chose originality and diversity of artistic approach to frame Returning to the Source. Now a decade old, the Winter Workspace program is known for bold experimentation and for artists forging novel connections to nature. Reconnecting with former artists for the exhibition was exciting and meaningful. Bringing the artworks together now underscores the breadth of exploration that happens here.

On view is an incredible range of media, including animation, video, performance, works on paper, sculpture, textiles, painting and mixed media.

Exhibiting artists are Whitney Artell, Michele Brody, Sindy Butz, Julian Chams, Elisabeth Condon, Dennis RedMoon Darkeem, Francisco Donoso, Dahlia Elsayed, Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espejo, Gwen Fabricant, Beatrice Glow, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Asuka Hishiki, Elizabeth Hoy, Nova Jiang, Yeon Jin Kim, Tamara Kostianovsky, Jessica Lagunas, Nick Lamia, Amy Lincoln, Robyn Love, Next Epoch Seed Library (Anne Percoco & Ellie Irons), Paloma McGregor, Naomi Reis, Yelaine Rodriguez, Jessica Rohrer, Linda Stillman, Austin Thomas, Michael Kelly Williams and Ezra Wube.



Opening Reception: September 7th | 5pm–8pm

Municipal Bonds is delighted to announce our inaugural exhibition Openness, presenting four important female artists: Austin Thomas, Bara Jichova Tyson, Danielle Dimston, and Yvette Taminiau.

Openness features complementary bodies of work, wherein each artist investigates a singular direction, inspired by materials and their consequences: Austin Thomas with ghost marking monoprints; Bara Jichova Tyson with analog collages; Danielle Dimston with chiaroscuro watercolors; and Yvette Taminiau with associative newsprint paintings.

Austin Thomas – Review - Lots of little things at LABspace
Closing Celebration Austin Thomas 'Lots of little things' Sunday November 4th, 2018, 3-6pm at LABSpace, Hillsdale, NY

Closing Celebration 

Austin Thomas 'Lots of little things' Sunday, November 4th, 3-6pm

2642 NY Route 23
Hillsdale NY

UNTITLED' BY AUSTIN THOMAS3 Color Silkscreen printed on Soft Style Gildan White T-shirt by Summer 2016 Guttenberg Arts Resident Artist Austin Thomas.

Think of your ideas as big and operative in a larger universe your thoughts are ever expanding and taking you places

Wave Hill Winter Workspace 2018

This winter, Glyndor Gallery at Wave Hill, a public garden in the Bronx, transforms into a studio space for Austin Thomas, giving her the opportunity to develop new work and offer opportunities for public interaction in the context of the garden. 

Austin Thomas is a cultural producer and artist who is interested in making connections between current art-making practices and art historical ideas. Thomas views the world around her as a creative space and utilizes her sketchbook as a portable studio that she fills with drawings and collages. During the Winter Workspace Thomas will continue this process by using her travel time to draw en route to Wave Hill, developing a body of work that begins on the subway and expands to the garden. She will start new larger work - colleges and paintings - as well as small-scale installations or three-dimensional models inspired by her commute drawings. Thomas intends to look at plants and incorporate what is observed at Wave Hill into her work, linking abstractions to the real world. The work will be a meditation on the dichotomies of small and large, nature and city, shadow and colorful forms, abstraction, and real life.

Open Studios
Saturday, Feb 10 - 12:00PM-3:30PM 
Glyndor Gallery​

The New Yorker, Goings on About Town, ART GALLERIES —CHELSEA Austin Thomas

Morgan Lehman
534 W. 24th St.

Austin Thomas at Morgan Lehman Gallery New York, 534 W 24th Street Feb 16th – Mar 25th.

Morgan Lehman Gallery presents recent drawings and print work by Austin Thomas. Created while in residence at Guttenberg Arts these new prints employ a unique collagraphic process whereby collaged forms are loaded with ink, which is then transferred in layers onto found paper.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, new Percent for Art commission: Artist Austin Thomas' "Plaza Perch" is now installed

July 22, 2016 · New York City Department of Cultural new Percent for Art commission: Artist Austin Thomas' "Plaza Perch" is now installed and ready for visitors to use. The bench is made entirely from reclaimed wood from Coney Island. Pictured here: the first percher. Visit this permanent public art piece in Humboldt Plaza, Brooklyn.