Toby Graser


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Toby Graser was born in Montreal and has been a native of New Brunswick for many years. Toby has had more than 50 solo exhibitions in her 40 year career to date. A major retrospective of her work entitled "Symphonies & Harmonies: The Paintings Of Toby Graser 1969-1991" toured Canada from 1992 to 1995. She has exhibited in many group exhibitions in the Maritimes as well as across Canada, in New York and Mexico. Most recently, an impressive exhibition featuring the work of Toby Graser, Suzanne Hill and Kathy Hooper entitled Invisible Worlds was presented by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in 2010 and by the New Brunswick Museum in 2011 which examined the ideas and individual art processes of three very different women in New Brunswick in reference to their long careers and resilience as visual artists, and to the ways in which they have experienced the development of their work in relation to the aging process.

Her work can be found in many public collections, including the City of Saint John, the University of New Brunswick, St. Thomas University, the Department of External Affairs in Ottawa, The New Brunswick Museum, The Beaverbrook Gallery, the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Sherbrooke, the New Brunswick Provincial Art Bank and and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa. In addition, her art is featured in more than 70 corporate collections in North America and Europe.