Tom Gilleon and Marshall Monroe have developed a new digital art platform—PixOils™—for artists to create paintings that move and play sound. With so many ads and media feeds vying for our attention, Gilleon takes us to a deep meditative state with his moving paintings.
Four Sanctuary Masterworks—each in a limited edition:
Flute of the Loon
Hungry Fox Equinox
Three Wise Men
“I see Tom as more than one of the greatest living artists painting today—he’s an innovator of art technology. The new digital technology he invented with the ability to take a two-dimensional oil on canvas and add sound—and then enable the painting to evolve right in front of you—is taking art to a whole new emotional experience.”
- Tim Peterson, major collector of Tom Gilleon | Scottsdale Museum of The West Trustee
“Thomas Moran, Winslow Homer, Warhol, and Basquiat would have been fascinated by this technology. To paint the Mountain West, sea coasts, Elvis in a gunfight, and cultural dichotomies not anchored to the canvas, but with paintings that move with soaring music—Tom is lighting the path for a new generation of artists.”
- Tamara Ashburn, Expressionist fine art painter
“Gilleon’s moving paintings are a visual sanctuary.
A higher order of experience.”
- Marshall Monroe, former Walt Disney Co. Executive | Inventor of PixOils™