Toby Topek

Toby Topek- Ink Drawing of a Farm House by Houston Artist 1950





Ink drawing of a country house surrounded by trees. The work is done by Houston, Artist Toby Topek. It is signed by her and dated along with an artist stamp on the back of the framed work. It is framed in a silver frame with a black matte.

Artist Biography

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Topek grew up in Houston. She has studied archaeology, art, architecture, the environment, culture and history in Mexico, the Mediterranean, North Africa, Near East, Adriatic, Brazil, and Canada. She lived and worked in Greece and Turkey part–time, 1984– 1988. Her work has been exhibited at the Whitney Bank Museum Branch–Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Fort Worth Modern Art Museum, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Galveston Art Center, the International Sculpture Conference Houston, College of the Mainland, Lawndale Art Center, Diverseworks, Women and Their Work-Austin, Transco Gallery and Project Row Houses. In 2000, she completed eleven 10 foot marble mosaic medallion paving inlays for a Public Art Commission from the City of Houston on a six-block area of Texas Avenue in downtown Houston. Public art commissions: Metro Solutions, Arts in Transit, Scott Street Station, University Corridor. She is currently Vice President of the Artist Rescue Mission, and in the past was involved in the Houston Women’s Caucus for Art, the Cultural Arts Council of Houston/ Harris County, and the Holocaust Education Center. In 1990, she was an Iris Siff Women of Achievement Honoree for the Oral History Library of Houston.

Dimensions With Frame

H 17.5 in. x W 24.5 in. x D .5 in.

Dimensions Without Frame

H 9.5 in x W 17 in.