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Tonya Eckerman

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  • Milton and the Bumblebee artwork by Tonya Eckerman - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Milton and the Bumblebee artwork by Tonya Eckerman
  • Milton and the Bumblebee artwork by Tonya Eckerman - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Milton and the Bumblebee artwork by Tonya Eckerman - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Milton and the Bumblebee artwork by Tonya Eckerman - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

Tonya Eckerman:

Contemporary Abstract Paintings Expressing Freedom, Possibility, and Color

This well known and sought after artist was born into a family of professional artists in the San Francisco area, Eckerman grew up watching her grandfather, a master draftsman, design everything from fortune cooking folding machines to consumer packaging for national brands-all without the aid of a computer.  This early experience shaped her sense of human possibility and gave her the confidence to express herself with creative abandon.

Self-taught, the Paradise Valley, AZ artist's speciality is in her layering process to create one-of-a-kind sculptured paintings.  Fluent in pastels, watercolors, and oils, she prefers working with the bright hue of acyrylics and using tecture to enhance it through the buildup of layers for depth and motion.

In addition to her studio, Eckerman loves to work outside, laying her canvas flat on the groud where she can approach it from all angles.  "Painting for me is a very active experience, a party"  She allows the events around her-people, animals, objects-to become a playful part of the painting process.  In a physical, Jackson Pollack-like fashion, she continually scrapes and manipulates the layers to produce a painting that people can "touch and experience", she says.  "I want them to close their eyes and feel it as much as we see it... and have some fun with that."

A lifelong artist, Eckerman started her career as both a Master Colorist and Educator for Clairol, working with well known athletes, celebrities, and a who's who list of clientele.  Thorough Eckerman's success she is now sought out as an in-demand artist & designer in the multi-million dollar luxury real estate market.  

Her paintings have been sold directly and through Galleries with her paintings being held in private collections throughout the world.

About Artwork:

This abstact is a second in a series of reflections of the "Piesewa Peak, formerly "Squaw Peak" Park located in Phoenix, Arizona. It is an abtract of the summit climb when joined by a bumblebee with clear skies after a rain. Famed hynotherapist, Dr. Milton Erickson would have his clients climb the summit to help overcome fear. The summit climb is considered a black diamand climb in the park hiking scale. To have the company of a bumblebee during your hike is a gift. Hiking summit trail is a joy with all the hikers and natures creatures.  

Tonya Eckerman

Milton and the Bumblebee

  • 36 x 36 inches
  • Fine Art Category: paintings
  • Medium: Mixed Media
  • Origin: USA
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Issued by: Artist
  • Provenance: Only held by artist
  • Signed: Signed lower right
  • Comments:

    Arcylic mixed medium on cotton canvas gallery finished 36" x 36" x 1.5" wood frame. Owned by artist. Featured in multi-million dollar luxury rentals in Paradise Valley, AZ.  Made in the Arizona, USA. Shipped in the USA. New condition. 

  • Price: $5,200.00 USD
  • Seller: Tonya Eckerman, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 5486
  • Artplode Seller ID: 12409

About Artist:

Tonya Eckerman:

Contemporary Abstract Paintings Expressing Freedom, Possibility, and Color

This well known and sought after artist was born into a family of professional artists in the San Francisco area, Eckerman grew up watching her grandfather, a master draftsman, design everything from fortune cooking folding machines to consumer packaging for national brands-all without the aid of a computer.  This early experience shaped her sense of human possibility and gave her the confidence to express herself with creative abandon.

Self-taught, the Paradise Valley, AZ artist's speciality is in her layering process to create one-of-a-kind sculptured paintings.  Fluent in pastels, watercolors, and oils, she prefers working with the bright hue of acyrylics and using tecture to enhance it through the buildup of layers for depth and motion.

In addition to her studio, Eckerman loves to work outside, laying her canvas flat on the groud where she can approach it from all angles.  "Painting for me is a very active experience, a party"  She allows the events around her-people, animals, objects-to become a playful part of the painting process.  In a physical, Jackson Pollack-like fashion, she continually scrapes and manipulates the layers to produce a painting that people can "touch and experience", she says.  "I want them to close their eyes and feel it as much as we see it... and have some fun with that."

A lifelong artist, Eckerman started her career as both a Master Colorist and Educator for Clairol, working with well known athletes, celebrities, and a who's who list of clientele.  Thorough Eckerman's success she is now sought out as an in-demand artist & designer in the multi-million dollar luxury real estate market.  

Her paintings have been sold directly and through Galleries with her paintings being held in private collections throughout the world.

About Artwork:

This abstact is a second in a series of reflections of the "Piesewa Peak, formerly "Squaw Peak" Park located in Phoenix, Arizona. It is an abtract of the summit climb when joined by a bumblebee with clear skies after a rain. Famed hynotherapist, Dr. Milton Erickson would have his clients climb the summit to help overcome fear. The summit climb is considered a black diamand climb in the park hiking scale. To have the company of a bumblebee during your hike is a gift. Hiking summit trail is a joy with all the hikers and natures creatures.  







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