Art Enables is thrilled to announce that The Library of Congress has acquired 6 works by resident artist and Studio Assistant Toni Lane! Toni’s works were among the very first of what will be a collection of COVID-19-related artwork acquisitions by the Library. The Art Enables community was very excited to see Toni and her COVID-19-themed works highlighted on NBC4 News, and highlighted in a thoughtful article on the Library of Congress blog.
"To my eyes, Toni Lane’s COVID-19 drawings exemplify the superpower artists have to witness, envision, and tell vital stories that can invite us to care and reflect." - curator Katherine Blood of the Library of Congress.
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Payman, with his cheerful spirit, is the consummate showman. He is extremely proud of his artwork and takes great pride in escorting visitors to view his work. Payman’s family is a very important part of his life. His work is often autobiographical in nature and frequently tells the story of experiences with family and friends. Payman’s artwork radiates happiness - his color palette is vibrant and bright, and everyone and everything bares his trademark smile.View Portfolio