Port-Kent

Tony Luciani,
Durham, ON

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Dimension

36" x 48"

Médium

Oil on Canvas

Port-Kent is a ferry that crosses Lake Champlain in New York State. With the boat full of excitement and circumstance, these two young women ignored the chaotic surroundings as their exhaustion assumed its place instead. This serene moment captured my attention as it truly correlated with the quiet calmness of the open water.

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Port-Kent

Tony Luciani,
Durham, ON

À propos de l'artiste
À propos de l'artiste

Tony Luciani
Durham, ON

Tony Luciani has been a full-time painter for over forty years, graduating from the Ontario College of Art in 1977 with honours. At twenty-one, he continued with his post-graduate study in Florence, Italy. Upon returning, he was immediately accepted for representation by a well-respected Toronto art gallery. In 2014, Tony began including photography as a means of artistic expression. His ongoing series depicting his aging mother, who has dementia, has garnered him many accolades and a multitude of prestigious awards. It peaked in 2018, when Tony stood on stage at the Boston Opera House and gave a moving TED Talk about this creative collaboration with his mother. Luciani is an award winner with the George A. Reid Scholarship (OCA), three Elizabeth Greenshields Foundations Grants and numerous Canada Council Arts Grants. Tony’s work has been exhibited internationally and is in important collections worldwide, including the MEAM in Barcelona.

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