Tony Cribb loves the word ‘random’. It’s a mutual friendship – as evident in most of his paintings. He lives in Christchurch with his wifey thing, two boys, a cat, a dog, and numerous bumblebees that keep flying in through the door.
Cribb’s work is constantly bouncing around different ideas, themes, styles, and colours. Whilst he paints for his own enjoyment, it’s the viewer’s connection that brings his works to life. Much of Cribb’s work revolves around themes of goals and journeys and the difficulties inherent in both. But with a typically light touch, his work is ultimately encouraging and inspires Hope.
Painting since 2001, his works are held in private collections both locally and internationally. Upon achieving world domination he wants to abolish naughty people and sunburn.