Contact

Antonie H. Los
tony@masqua.ca

17 Responses to Contact

  1. Greetings, Antonie. Thank you for coming by Views from the Edge. I love your work and your life story. Peace to you in the New Year. Gordon

  2. Thank you for “liking” my work. In doing so I found you! I look forward to watching you work. You have a very distinctive style. I so love your trees. Keep up the GREAT work!

  3. @Gillianfx says:

    I really enjoy your work. You are so brilliant.

  4. What an interesting blog. I loved your story and your perserverance in your art. Inspiring. Thank you for taking the time to peruse Webs And Threads. Nancy in San Francisco

  5. Thank you so much for taking the plunge and becoming the first person to follow my Numin Center blog! It gave me a chance to discover your beautiful art here. The images are so strikingly archetypal–really moving. Although I live in California, I had the good fortune to live in Victoria, BC, for a year and was able to enjoy some of that glorious North you enjoy in Canada. I have to get back!

    • masqua says:

      If you do come back, I hope that Ontario might be in your sights. I know the Rockies are gorgeous and that BC is a province that can consume a lifetime’s worth of investigation, but Ontario is also intriguing in its own way.

      The ‘Near North’ is a patchwork of lakes and cottages running from Kenora to Ottawa and Southern Ontario is what I’d call a ‘soft country’ with farms, woodlots and gentle hills.

      Glad you liked my blog as well and looking forward to seeing more in Numin Cemter.

  6. penfrea says:

    I’m letting you know I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Congrats! See link for details. http://penfrea.com/2013/03/10/the-versatile-blogger-award/

  7. Hi Antonie
    Thank you for “liking” my post. When I have discovered you great realizations on your blog, I was amazed that you could do so!
    I love your painting, and photographs. It’s simply beautiful and intense.
    I read on one of your post that you had a dream of a sort of caduceus. It’s fascinating because it’s also an ancient symbol for healing before it was even picked for medicine, and I was just reading about it in a book about chakras. Maybe, you body was telling you something ;)
    Your words “Art must reflect life as the artist sees it, balanced within the material and inner worlds, ” match the idea of our theme on painting this month. We would love to have an artist point of view on painting. Would like to say a little about it on our blog, http://screamunderwater.wordpress.com/ ? We can send you some questions if you’d like, and if you agree, we will post one of your painting on our blog. Dou you have any buoy? 
    Thank you for sharing your nice paintings with us.
    Florence

    • masqua says:

      I’d be glad to answer any questions about my personal approach to art on your blog. Often, I’m away somewhere or just busy, but I will answer as much as possible when online.

      My medium is acrylics, mostly, and have never worked in watercolours, but that really doesn’t matter when talking about art in a general way.

      Also, using one of my paintings on your blog is fine with me. For a really easy search through all that I’ve listed, go to the header on my Home Page and click on ‘Paintings’. Scrolling through that, you will even find one which shows the chakras. :)

      Cheers

      Tony

  8. That’s very nice! We really appreciate your help. We will go back soon with our questions. I already find some painting that will work well with my chakras! :D
    Many thanks
    Florence

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