Toni Williams is an artist living in Langley B.C. since 1990. She prefers painting in oils and is often seen locally onsite painting plein air. She enjoys painting landscapes , portraits, and murals. In the rainy season, she often switches to lithography in her studio doing intaglios and monoprints.
Personally, she is an active family member with three adult children and seven young grandchildren, all in the Langley area. Toni feels protective of the environment and places importance on historical roots. “The landscape is always changing but we need to preserve our natural and historical beauty for those we leave behind.” Currently, Toni has completed 4 additional 8′ x 4′ mural panels depicting B.C. Farm Life from 1960 to present, which completes a 14 panel (8′ x 56′) mural of B.C. farming life spanning from 1860 to modern day, at the B.C Farming Museum in Fort Langley.