About Toni

Toni Williams Painting in France
Toni Williams in a talented artist who sees the landscape in front of her as an opportunity to preserve the moments and lifetimes of our changing world.   She prefers painting in oils and is often seen locally painting “plein air.”  Toni travels the world extensively to be inspired by the landscapes of other countries.   Alternately, she enjoys lithography in her home studio; doing intaglios and monoprints.  A Langley resident since 1990, Toni continues to raise a burgeoning family in this town she calls home.

Toni feels protective of the environment and places a great deal of importance on historical roots.

“The landscape is always changing but we need to preserve our natural and historical beauty for those we leave behind.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biography

Education:

2008 – Kwantlen University, Diploma of Fine Arts

1980 – Douglas College, Fine Arts

1977 – Vancouver Vocational Institute, Lithographical Apprentice Program

Public Murals:

1996 -“Grape Vines”, Brookswood Winery. Langley

1995 – 2005 – “The Fence”, various scenes thru a seasonally changing mural. Done with other members of, “The Larger Than Life” art group. A community project. White Rock

2000 – “The Belgians and Langley Countryside”, South Carvolth School, Langley

2008 – “History of Noel Booth”, Starbucks, Brookswood, Langley.

Shows:

1992 – group, Station Arts Centre, White Rock

1993 – group, Community Arts Council, White Rock

1994 – group, The Gallery, White Rock

1995 – group, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey

1996 – 2 person show, Community Arts Gallery, White Rock

1998 – solo, Distinctive Art, Langley

1999 – group, The Gallery, White Rock

2000 – group, White Rock Arts Council, White Rock

2003 – group, White Rock Arts Council, White Rock

2006 – group, Qualicum Art Gallery, TOSH, Qualicum

2008 – group, Qualicum Art Gallery, TOSH, Qualicum

2008 – group, White Rock Arts Council, White Rock

2010 – White Rock Arts Council, White Rock

2013 – White Rock Arts Council, White Rock

2013 – Semiamoo arts Council, White Rock

2014 – Newton Art Center, Surrey