For the past three decades, Kevin Tomlin has been working diligently and tirelessly towards what has become a lifelong passion, the study of unique sounds indigenous to various cities and regions in the United States.

He received his formal train in Fine Arts from Jamaica School of Art in the sunny island of Jamaica in 1978 and St. Martin School of Art in London, England in 1980. His exhibits include “Sound of the Cities Music Icons,” paintings of music icons such as Teddy Pendergrass, Barry White and Isaac Hayes to name a few.

From the mid 1980s to the end of the 1990s while he was living in South Florida , Kevin conducted both one man and joint exhibits and workshops on “Behind  Scene Stories on Rhythm and Blues Music Icons” and “Sound of The Cities” in honour of Black Music Month.

His studies are reflective in his moving depictions of the lush countryside and quaint portraits of England.



Carrfour Corporation, Miami, Florida-1999

Broward County Library Service, Fort Lauderdale, Florida -1996

Dr Richard Powell-Tampa, Florida-1987

Michael Lowe, Holy Cross Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida-1986

Whitticker Management Services, London, England-1985

SkyOceanShipping and Travel, London, England-1985

Rev Burrell Book cover design and illustration, London, England-1984