Toby A. Ten Eyck

After purchasing a poster of Wassily Kandinsky’s “St. George and the Dragon” across the street from the Chicago Art Institute, Toby cursed his seventh grade art training in which he was never allowed to paint outside the lines, picked up a paint brush, and never looked back.  His work continues to be inspired by artists such as Kandinsky and Franz Marc, and his writing by sociologists and novelists such as Kurt Vonnegut.