Toni is an Auckland-based artist who enjoys working across many media. Practising primarily as a printmaker, she also creates unique artist books and sculptural works. Common themes in her work include a love for the natural environment, explorations of environmental concerns and a fascination for the strong ties that come with connections to "place". She has a particular passion for mark-making and colour and loves the endless opportunities for play and experimentation that printmaking allows.
Toni regularly exhibits in group and selected shows, enjoys participating in collaborative projects and is currently working towards her 2nd solo exhibition. She has works in collections in New Zealand, Australia, USA and UK, most recently the special collections of the Auckland War Memorial Museum and the Auckland Libraries’ Angela Morton Room.
Toni won a Merit Award in the Estuary Art & Ecology Awards (2019), and the Printmaking Award in the Hibiscus Coast Art Awards (2020). She was awarded a Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand Life Membership for services to the print community (2021).
Toni graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Elam (1988) and a Post Graduate Diploma of Secondary Teaching, Auckland University (2010).
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