Edit Toaso is a fine artist who primarily uses refined graphic techniques such as etching, pencil-drawing and mark-making on found objects for her sophisticated, experimental, artworks. Her practice mostly comprises series of works rather than individual, stand-alone, images, examining the etymology of transition as both physical manifestation and metaphor.
Edit Toaso completed her Masters in Fine Arts at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest and won a scholarship to study Experimental Printmaking, with a focus on etching and aquatint, at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, the Netherlands.
Edit exhibits in the UK and internationally at prestigious shows including the International Mini-print Biennale, Rosario, Argentina; Premiere Vision, Paris and at the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest. The artist lives and works in London.