How much do we know about the impact of personal reflections from the past on our present and future? It is believed that time is liquid, and so is its impact on the human world. Fine art in this light is one of the primordial yet sophisticated tools for materializing the concept of continuous change. Today, we want to tell you about a talented abstract painter whose vivid and vibrant art exists in three dimensions simultaneously. Please meet Tony Seker and his blastful abstract art that the artist calls “Claxon du Solei.”
Tony Seker — an abstract painter dancing with the universe
Tony Seker is a New York-based multicultural artist who was born in Beirut, Lebanon. Due to the critical and unsavory situation in his home country, caused by the civil war in 1975, Tony Seker’s family had to migrate. The stormy childhood and refugee experience would later become the cornerstone of his art that the talented abstract painter uses to express his personal feelings and war criticism.
Tony Seker’s colorful paintings are both reflection of his life and social commentary. However, there is more to this than meets the eye. What the abstract painter values the most is actually the process of creation. Using bold and bright colors, Tony Seker demonstrates how effective and surprising art can be when it comes to translating ideas and feelings into reality. Thus, the artist creates his own universe where colors and shapes dance together, which results in some truly exotic abstract paintings.
Revisiting the past, Tony Seker shapes the present and, therefore, directs the future. The artist’s genius has been noticed and internationally admitted. He has won several major awards and worked as a lead painter in many art projects. His works are on view in New York and online exhibitions all year round. If you want to find out more about Tony Seker and his amazing art, visit his official website or check his profile on Artsy, Singulart, and ArtScoops. Tony Seker will also be featured at the exhibition hosted by Galerie Sonia Monti in Paris starting in December.