Tobias Inigo

When discussing his philosophy as an artist, Tobias admits to being a strong believer in traditional methods. Yet, over the years, the artist has abandoned the use of precise tools to make marks. His collection of home-made brushes are often used for both drawing and painting. Black walnut ink and acrylic paints are the preferred mediums of the moment - although watercolor is his first love. Be it a landscape or portrait, the artist calls upon influences that pay homage to both disciplines. Imagination fuses with a scratchy realism and, by manipulating reality and materials, Tobias offers a narrative that is both recognizable and foreign.

 

Green Eyes: self portrait with selfie stick

walnut ink and acrylic on composite panel

Old Guy in a Fez and Smoking Jacket Smoking

walnut ink and acrylic on composite panel

Livvy

India ink with pen and brush

La Vieux Saule (The Old Willow)

 watercolor on paper

Cardinal Sins

walnut ink and acrylic on composite panel

Watching Men Become Vultures

walnut ink and acrylic on composite panel

Robert Writes a Best Seller

India ink with pen and brush

Late Leafer

 watercolor on paper

Deluge - an endless water falling of red hair

walnut ink and acrylic on composite panel

Mudra Hands

India ink with pen and brush

Shula

India ink with pen and brush

Cliffhanger

 watercolor on paper