Creating the moment that you think you saw... is how Toby Bluth describes his approach in conceiving each one of his watercolor masterpieces. Believing that how one remembers a film is often different from the actual film itself, Toby Bluth paints what he perceives as the collective memory of a film experience and taps into the emotional essence of the story.
Fumado, a word which basically means smoky, is a term Toby Bluth uses to describe the notion that as things move away from you in distance or time, they get hazy and out of focus...much like our memory of events in our lives. Toby Bluth uses this principal as inspiration in how he composes his paintings, to draw focus (or lack of) to certain elements in his work. Background Inspired by the work of legendary illustrator Gustaf Tengrenn, whom Walt Disney recruited to work on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Toby Bluth is passionate about his craft.
A multifaceted artist, Toby Bluth's creative endeavors do not end at the tip of his brush. He is an accomplished writer, director, designer and a veteran of the American musical stage, having performed and or directed in nearly one hundred musicals, both on Broadway and beyond. Most recently Toby Bluth served as Art Director for The Walt Disney Studios production of The Three Musketeers, having already served in that position for the animated feature film The Tigger Movie.
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