Born in the heart of Brazil, Tonon has long been a beacon of hope in a world often shrouded in darkness. Through his masterful manipulation of form and color, he seeks to transmit a sense of optimism and wonder to all who lay eyes on his creations. Nature, with its endless forms and hues, has always been a deep source of inspiration for him. He sees in its complex beauty a reflection of the infinite possibilities of the human spirit, and seeks to capture this essence in his art. His canvases teem with life, from the vibrant foliage of tropical forests to the scintillating fur of exotic cats. Yet this is not mere imitation. In the deft hands of this artist, nature becomes something more - a canvas on which to express his surrealist visions. His works are an enchanting synthesis of reality and the impossible, a daring exploration of the boundaries of human imagination. Tonon love of vibrant colors is unmistakable, and his palette is as bold and varied as the world itself. His works are im-bued with a sense of energy and vitality that speaks to the deepest parts of the human soul. They are a call to embrace life and all its possibilities, to find joy and wonder in the everyday. And now, Tonon has turned to machines, exploring new frontiers of creativity and expression. With a boundless curiosity and an unquenchable thirst for innovation, he continues to push the limits of what is possible. The future of art is in his hands, and the world awaits in eager anticipation to see what wonders he will conjure next.
"My art focuses on bringing good vibes and beauty to the world. Colors, shapes, and con-cepts all working together creatively. Creativity is what separates us from other species and Art is the main form of creative expression. It takes the deep feelings and thoughts that the artist has inbuilt inside of him and transforms into something beautiful to the world. I need to feel creativity running in my veins every day or I get depressed. But that depression can also be turned into beautiful art. Art is my way of live."