Neil Chander

Neil Chander

Neil Chander is an abstract artist working out of his studio in Toronto, Canada. Since beginning his career as an artist in 2008, nature has been a significant source of inspiration for Neil. His passion for cycling, hiking, golfing, and other outdoor activities has contributed to elements of his work throughout the years, taking on various forms, media, and expressions. His recent works incorporate elements of daily life and highlight the often-overlooked details of our routines and experiences, ultimately finding beauty in the mundane. This shift in focus has allowed Neil to create works that challenge his approach and practice by incorporating new concepts, techniques, and subject matter - a process that often leads to "happy accidents". Neil invites you to seek out the elements of nature in his work, expressed in oils and acrylics. In doing so, he hopes it brings you a sense of calm and happiness. Neil’s work has been featured in various art shows, including the Toronto Public Library, and he has commissioned several works over the years.
Neil Chander is an abstract artist working out of his studio in Toronto, Canada. Since beginning his career as an artist in 2008, nature has been a significant source of inspiration for Neil. His passion for cycling, hiking, golfing, and other outdoor activities has contributed to elements of his work throughout the years, taking on various forms, media, and expressions. His recent works incorporate elements of daily life and highlight the often-overlooked details of our routines and experiences, ultimately finding beauty in the mundane. This shift in focus has allowed Neil to create works that challenge his approach and practice by incorporating new concepts, techniques, and subject matter - a process that often leads to "happy accidents". Neil invites you to seek out the elements of nature in his work, expressed in oils and acrylics. In doing so, he hopes it brings you a sense of calm and happiness. Neil’s work has been featured in various art shows, including the Toronto Public Library, and he has commissioned several works over the years.