Fascination with space as a medium is evident in works by Australian artist Tony Twigg. Often referring to his artworks that are created with enamel paint on timber as “constructions”, his lattice-like works show his attentiveness to the space that surrounds the structure. During his last decade spent travelling and working throughout South-East Asia, his artworks offer his insights into fragmented and disparate cultures of our region.
Tony Twigg studied painting in Australia and holds a Master of Arts Degree in Visual Art from the College of Fine Arts, Sydney. He continues living in both cities, throughout Asia. In 2005, he began exhibiting with Taksu within Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. His solo and group exhibitions have awarded him as a favourite amongst architects, interior designers, corporate offices, and private homes both regionally and internationally. Tony’s works are collected throughout Singapore, Malaysia, India, Philippines, Australia, London. Most recently, the Kimpton Margot Hotel in Sydney Australia, and Riviere a luxury condominium in Singapore.