Md Tokon is in love with color and in love with the cities where he grew up. When he was 11, he made his first real painting. As a teenager he was inspired to pursue a career as an artist. City life, the surrounding atmosphere and social structure have made a great impact on him. His works are pure abstract and have a great touch of impressionism. His main focus is to bring to the canvas the expressive colors and melodious areas. His paintings describe the story of nature and human emotions and communicates in a mysterious way. All his paintings have a significant abstract expression focused on the depiction of emotions rather than objects. Colors are the predominant aspect in his paintings and the paintings are marked by a preoccupation with time, history and moment. Tokon's works also convey an insight into life and a spiritual attachment.
The Art Students League of New York Instructor Ronnie Landfield wrote: "Md Tokon is a dedicated, talented, and hard working painter. His paintings are on a high level of accomplishment, consistent, well made, and colorful. His work is expressive of both nature and his own personal experience. His paintings have an appeal to all types of viewers." Md Tokon work is included in many gallery and important collections internationally. In 2009 he exhibited his large scale work at Tower 49 Sky Lobby, New York, The Affordable Art Fair New York, International Art Expo, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, Manhattan Borough President Gallery, New York & Many more. In May 2010 his Solo show "Breathing Color" is coming up at Grace Institute Gallery, New York.