Toby Penney is a multidisciplinary, southern artist. She creates work accepting, even glorifying simple objects and fleeting moments. She holds a sculpture degree from Middle Tennessee State University. From 2005 until 2010, she maintained a Vitreography internship with Master Printmaker Judith O’Rourke at Harvey K. Littleton Studio. In 2008, Toby was a guest artist in the printmaking department at Penland School of Craft, working with book artist Frank Brannon of Speak Easy Press.
Penney’s work can be found in corporate collections and museums. A few publications include the cover of Professional Artist Magazine and OK Magpie, along with features in Numinous, Feroce, Ink & Arrows, and River Blood Magazines as well as Polonium II, a book by David Downs. Discover more via Instagram & Twitter @TobyPenney or by contacting representatives at Moberg Gallery in Des Moines, Iowa or Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.