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About Toni Wolf

Toni Wolf "Lying in bed would be an altogether perfect and supreme experience if only one had a colored pencil long enough to draw on the ceiling."  ~G.K. Chesterton

Painter • Sculptor
Toni Wolf, a realistic and representational artist whose paintings can be characterized as contemporary gravitating through the years towards impressionistic, has been painting for over 30 years. Her current works express her appreciation for nature in water related landscapes and a series in abstract outer space scenes.

Her career spans as a graphic artist, Industrial designer, Para Educator and fine artist. Toni's influences include Monet, William Wendt, Edgar Payne, Marry Cassatt, and Robert Hagen.

I consider myself fortunate to be able to express myself through art. In my journey as an artist I recognize the downs and outs of life that we may experience and I hope my paintings can bring enjoyment and a reprieve.

I find local places to paint that sparks an emotional response in me. Weather permitting, I paint plein air then bring the canvas inside to finish up in my studio. I try to capture the liveliness and depth of a landscape, and seek out the colors that best describe its character and impact on me.

In 2013 the planets seem to have lined up for me. The life long desire to paint full-time materialized. I'm fascinated with outer space and love learning about asteroids, comets, and planets. I study telescopic photos of outer space and put my own twist on it. Sometimes I include familiar shapes in them. A sort of Where's Waldo to make it fun.

When I paint or in deep observation I automatically concentrate so hard that I'm not always aware of what is going on around me. I somehow block out everything without trying. I'm checking for asymmetry, shadows, tangents, movement, lighting…these all buzz around between my ears as I try to plan in my head and on paper the best composition and execution. I loose track of time, I sense no hunger, and feel no pain. Then suddenly I'm jarred back to reality. I'm either finished with my session or I've been interrupted. Painting can be taxing, but there is a sense of satisfaction that I've been productive even though the outcome may not be what I like. I'm ever learning through experience and other artists. Art is my happy place.