My work is included in several public and private collections has been published in exhibition catalogues and appeared in leading trade publications and newspapers including Ceramics Monthly and Ceramics: Art & Perception.


Six McKnight Artists – Northern Clay Center ≥≥

Recoil, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, IN ≥≥

Broei•kas, Tom Hubbard Studio, Chagrin Falls, OH  >>

Semper Fidelis: How I Met My Father – Tom Hubbard Studio, Chagrin Falls, OH (N6537.H725). ≥≥


Semper Fidelis: A Historian’s Reflection, Ceramics: Art & Perception No. 93, (Fall 2013)

Clay Culture – Semper Fidelis, Tom Hubbard, Ceramics Monthly 60, no. 3, (March 2012)

Father & Son Relations, Marc Leepson, The Veteran, May 2008

Son in Artistic Touch, Marc Leepson, The Veteran, March/April 2004

I Found What I Was Searching For, Bernard Edelman, The Veteran, March/April 2003


Uncharted, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA >>

TEDx Augusta, Miller Theatre, Augusta, GA, February 3, 2017 >>

 “Art Takes on Politics: FL3TCH3ER Exhibit Returns To tthe Reece Museum”, Hannah Purdy, ET Online, October 18, 2017 >>

"My Aim is True," Unitarian Universalist Church, Augusta, GA, January 15, 2017 >>

 “How Columbus is Rethinking Its Approach to Public Art.” Gabe Rosenberg, WOSU Public Media 89.7FM, Columbus, OH, August 24, 2017 >>

“Tom Hubbard’s Artist Residency leads to the Gun & Knife Show in Indiana”,, November 1, 2016 >>

Sharon Gamble, The Art of the Matter, WFYI 90.1FM, Indianapolis, IN, November 5, 2016 >>

Public Art in Shaker Heights, A Pocket Guide, >>

“Chagrin Falls Art Students Learn About the Process from Local Artist Tom Hubbard”,, March18, 2013 >>

Dee Perry, Around Noon, WCPN 90.3FM, Cleveland, OH, March 28, 2012 >>

SSC 360, South Suburban College Television, South Holland, IL >>


"Corey Daniels shows serious side of ceramics", Portland Press Herald, July 10, 2022 >>

 “Cleveland’s Public Art Program Reaches 10 Wards with $2.5M in work by 40 Artists Since 2003,” Steven Litt, Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 17, 2016 >>

 “Porcelain Art Pieces were Fired at Will,”Steven Uhles, Augusta Chronicle, December 1, 2016 >>

 “Exhibit Aims to Open Discussion about Guns,” Bekah Pollard, Indianapolis Star, December 1, 2016 >>

Artist portrait: Tod Martens