Myles Tosk has been working in the A.R.T. process for 15 years, and was one of the original CATA artists to begin using this painting technique. Tosk’s work frequently features dramatic layers of paint and unpredictable compositions.
In March 2015, Tosk’s work was prominently featured in Berkshire Magazine. His work has been shown at the Berkshire Museum, the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts, the Clark Art Institute’s Lunder Center at Stone Hill, Good Purpose Gallery and the Worcester Art Museum.
“I love the way Myles zoomed the laser across the canvas for this painting, creating rich layers of color and texture, moving from the warm splash of yellow on the left to the cool blue on the right. A dynamic dragon castle!” – Pat Hogan (CATA faculty)