AKASHA ART PROJECT PRESENTS – STEEL by TONY KOUKOS

Contributed by PSN Publisher Sarah Cook.  Kelly Kyle and Sonja Scharf, the proprietors of Akasha Art Project, have been practicing artists and photographers for over 25 years. Their overall vision from which they conduct their business is guided by their formal art education and a passion for a variety of art forms.
On Thursday January 24th the Parliament St. News team was there to meet with Kelly, Sonja and to view the works of Tony Koukos – ‘STEEL’ – on his opening night.  STEEL features unique photographic works, an exploration of rich history and natural beauty from across the globe. Tony finds his inspiration through his travels, having visited over 45 countries and counting.

 
My favorite piece from his STEEL project must be the tryptic of the sky…the juxtaposition of crisp, yet fluffy clouds with soothing, cool natural blues is very calming in a hectic world.  His photos printed on STEEL would be fantastic for any installation.  You can peruse Tony’s work on display until February 16, 2019.
Kelly, Sonja and their team are here to understand and facilitate the individual needs of each client. This culminates in a finished product that contributes to the aesthetic of each image and its environment.  Contact them today for all your framing needs.

 

Akasha Art Project
204 Carlton St.  647 348 0104
www.akashaart.com

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