Canadian Contemporary Digital Artist, Photographer, Film Producer and Impressionist Painter
Antoine is an award winning and critically acclaimed artist and cancer researcher. He is driven by important social causes and is the founder of international programs “Passion for Life” and “Water for Life”.
As an Impressionist Painter, Antoine Gaber’s original fine art oil paintings inspired by Claude Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh, include landscapes, seascapes, still life, and floral. Motivated by the haunting beauty of nature, and the delicate interplay of light and substance, he found that impressionism explored the quality of ephemeral beauty and captured the essence of changing, fleeting visions of nature. Antoine Gaber has exhibited his impressionist paintings in several International art exhibitions and his artwork is available in several virtual art galleries.
Gaber developed a unique Digital Art Photography technique named Evolutional Ribbonized Photography™ of landscapes, floral, and architecture.
The term “Evolutional” comes from the fact that a normal photograph passes through an evolutional stage of transformation through a mathematical algorithm. This transformation uses the shadows within a photograph and fills it with a colored ribbon, hence the word “Ribbonized“.
Photography is one of Gaber’s passion, as he started at a very early age, today, it allows him to relax by connecting to nature.
He enjoys mostly capturing nature scenes such as landscapes, seascapes, flora, and fauna. In addition to color photography, he is also very fond of Black & White as well as Sepia.
Some of his selected color photographs are the stepping stone to create his unique digital artworks called Evolutional Ribbonized Photography™.
By 2019, Gaber had over 63 exhibitions in 26 cities and 10 different Countries. Among the total exhibitions many were held in several Museums and other very prestigious locations in different Countries in Europe, Mexico and Canada.