Toni R. Hudson was born in Concordia, Coahuila, Mexico Aprox. 40 kilometros east of Torreon Coahuila Mexico. She was brought to the United States at the age of 14. Hudson. She began drawing at the age of 10-12 . Her first piece of art was on a piece of glass where she painted Picasso’s “Girl with the Book” in 1995, but one of the first drawings of Madonna and Child was one of the biggest sales that was sold out of her garage in 1995. Some of her paintings can be found in San Antonio, Houston, Corpus Christi and McAllen, Texas, New York , Sydney, Australia, Las Vegas, Nevada, Oregon, Mexico, Florida and Hawaii. Some were gifts and some were purchased by collectors.
Hudson predominantly paints women because she feels she can relay to the audience the mystery, passion and sensitivity women possess. She often paints angels because they represent the mystification of human expressions as well as personify the kindness and the love she feels of sharing. Hudson is truly a prolific painter, taking no time to rest. Using her own technique, she is familiar with all media including acrylic, pastel, watercolor, oil, ink and charcoal.
Hudson has traveled around the world visiting museums and galleries, where she has had the opportunity to appreciate the work of the masters who have become and inspiration to her art. In 2000, she opened her own Art studio, Imagenes Art Studio now Imagenes at The Art Factory in Brownsville, Texas. She continues to exhibit with the Annual Latin Jazz Festival in October,the Jacob Brown Auditorium in Brownsville, Texas, Casa Magarita in San Antonio, Texas, The Art Center of Corpus Christi, Texas, The South Texas Museum of Art in Corpus Christi, TX and off and on at the San Antonio Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas.