"Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn."- Elizabeth Lawrence
I invite you to visit my website tonisart.com
to see more of my aerial paintings.Limited-edition prints
of some of my paintings are available on either archival paper or canvas. Contact me for details.
NJ Oil Fields, oil on canvas, 42" x 48"
This aerial view of oil fields combines elements of abstraction and representation, surface and illusion. Soft-edged shapes convey a feeling of place without being specific.
South Africa Suburb, acrylic on canvas, 36" x 48"
South Africa Suburb, received a Special Recognition award from Light Space & Time Gallery in their Open Exhibition.
The juxtaposition of different houses portrays
a crowded upscale development.The aerial perspective changes
the traditional landscape viewpoint.
Looking Down in Toronto, acrylic on canvas, 36" x 36"
New York 6th Juried Competition.Looking down in Toronto
is aShowcase Winner.
ArtSlant is a worldwide art network site with with calendars for openings, exhibitions and information.
Looking down from a high rise building in Toronto, Canada, the view is reduced to a strong circular graphic image, using more pattern and grid than representation.
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