Artwork by artists representing Lascaux Academy
Abstract painting has become the favorite way of expressing myself. Exploring the issues of equality, diversity, and minorities, I create paintings of spaces, relationships, and emotions. I work with polarities such as light and dark, soft and hard, interior and exterior.
My style is modern and design-oriented, using unity with variety, hard edges, and mostly desaturated colors. Being surrounded by Scandinavian design growing up in Finland I now realize how much it has influenced my aesthetic. New ideas are constantly flowing from my mind.
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Tony is an internationally awarded watercolor and oil painter. Tony obtained his architectural degree in the Philippines and has over 30 years of experience as a painter and graphic designer. Tony was a technical illustrator for Columbia Graphics in Maryland and a designer and illustrator for United Laboratories. His paintings have been shown in museums, by NASA, and by private collectors. Lascaux Academy is very honored to have him as one of their instructors.
Tony specializes in watercolor, oil painting, ink pen, pencils and other media in a variety of subjects including portraiture, architecture, landscape, animals, and cartooning.
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time….”
– Thomas Merton
Everyone has a unique story to tell. Mine began in India and my journey brought me here to the Peninsula where I now call home. A part of my journey, my experience, can always be found in my paintings. Realistic painting is where I started, but I followed my heart and began developing abstract art. Painting is a deeply personal experience, sometimes therapeutic, and abstract painting has allowed me to express myself freely. I am drawn to bold, vibrant reds, oranges and blues to better capture a certain thought or emotion. I often use textures in the same way.
I am excited to be sharing my work with you. I hope you will find something in my work that connects with a part of your own journey. It is my hope, for just a moment, my painting triggers an emotion in you, a memory, and we connect, your journey and mine, sharing our lives through art.
For the past two years I have painted scenery of real places I have traveled to. I have a passion for capturing the beauty of God’s creation onto canvases with my paint brush, and I love to share these landscapes with people who admire nature. I began with using acrylic as my medium and have been slowly transitioning to oil. I use acrylic as a base and apply thicker oil color on top to bring out the best of both paints. I look forward to sharing my art with you.