In the past six years, Tomer’s artwork has been featured in over 40 exhibitions throughout Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Israel. In 2006-2008, his work was featured at "West Coast Artists", showcasing artists from all around the U.S.; In 2008- 2009, his art was featured in ‘‘Project Ethos’’, a Los Angeles cultural showcase of painters, photographers, musicians, and fashion designers, where Tomer painted on a female model's body, in front of thousands of viewers. His paintings have been viewed at clubs from Hollywood (Avalon, Vanguard, Kress, Music Box and Remedy Lounge) to Tel Aviv (Bet HaItonaim and The Breakfast Club). His paintings have been displayed at the L.A. Art Show, H Studio, Apel Design, Bruce Lurie, and Ecletica galleries in Los Angeles, as well as the Art Basel in Miami, and “For the Love of Art” at Tokyo Ice. Tomer's furniture design has been showcased at the Very Venice Gallery.
In 2012, Tomer launched the “Unbreakable” project, an art show composed of a 25 large-scale paintings and collected artifacts, inspired by his time spent serving as a battlefield soldier and officer in the Israel Defense Forces. This exhibition expresses Tomer’s personal experience of the very controversial conflict in the Middle East. The "Unbreakable" project had gained much exposure and created quite a stir on-line. Real "Kassam" rockets were brought from Israel to the art show which ran for a week and attracted thousands of attendees. Peretz' Kickstarter campaign successfully raised more than $20,000 for this installation.
Learn more at The Unbreakable Project.