Todd Mrozinski

Todd Mrozinski

Todd Mrozinski acquired his BFA in painting and drawing from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 1997 where he was the recipient of a Fredrick Layton Scholarship and attended The New York Studio Program. The natural elements, shadows and his immediate environment are his subject matter. Todd’s work is produced in series, each series relates symbolically to his life experience and grows out of present day observation and inspiration. Todd was the 2015-16 Pfister Artist-in-Residence and curator of The Pfister Pop-Up Gallery, where he made paintings based on the cast shadows of visitors and architectural features in the historic hotel. He is an exhibiting artist at Portrait Society Gallery, Milwaukee WI and is represented by The Woodman/Shimko Gallery, Provincetown, MA/Palm Springs, CA. He has been in group and solo shows locally and regionally. He recently had a 33 year retrospective called “From Ten Till Now” at Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts in Fond du Lac, WI. Todd is a contributing art writer for Urban Milwaukee and teaches continuing education at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. His work is included in the new SaintKate, The Arts Hotel in Milwaukee. He and his wife, Renee Bebeau, have a studio in The Nut Factory, Milwaukee, WI.

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Recent Articles

Visual Art: Two Generations of Water Colors
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Two Generations of Water Colors

Works by Michael Davidson and his father, retired Harley executive Willie G., are quietly powerful

Visual Art: Portrait Society Show Packs Emotional Punch
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Portrait Society Show Packs Emotional Punch

“Inside/Out” is about art, music, life, by three very different artists.

Visual Art: Dancing to the Music of Time
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Dancing to the Music of Time

The artist Nares creates a whole world with his art, in a must-see show at the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Visual Art: Stories of My Life
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Stories of My Life

Hoax Gallery presents self-portraits by Vincent Coleman-Copeland, a mail man and artist.

Visual Art: Bielefeld and Raja Take on Big Issues
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Bielefeld and Raja Take on Big Issues

“On Belonging” asks hard questions about history and belonging, but with great beauty.

Visual Art: In a California Kind of Mood
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In a California Kind of Mood

LA artist Rema Ghuloum brings on the color in her show at Hawthorn Contemporary.

Visual Art: Bouguereau the Family Man
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Bouguereau the Family Man

Yes, he was old-fashioned, but Art Museum exhibition shows his humanism and terrific technique.

Visual Art: Bridge Over Troubled Waters
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Bridge Over Troubled Waters

MIAD show features women artists from many countries bridging cultures and colors.

Visual Art: The Energy of Emerging Artists
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The Energy of Emerging Artists

Galerie Kenilworth’s exhibition of Emily Tripp and Brennen Steines is playfully potent stuff.

Visual Art: The Artist As Thinker
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The Artist As Thinker

Ryan Woolgar uses images and murky letters and numbers to probe the ineffable.

Visual Art: Man and the Moon
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Man and the Moon

Artist David Niec’s subtle oil paintings capture the moon’s subtle changes.

Visual Art: Presenting Nine Young Women Artists
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Presenting Nine Young Women Artists

“Earthstopper” at Real Tinsel gallery on Mitchell Street is varied showcase of emerging artists.

Visual Art: Enthralled by Arthur Thrall
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Enthralled by Arthur Thrall

The late Milwaukee artist was displayed internationally. His work is now at Grove Gallery.

Art: A Last Look at Winslow Homer
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A Last Look at Winslow Homer

Milwaukee Art Museum show closes on Sunday. Why you shouldn’t miss it.

Art: Mopping Up The World
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Mopping Up The World

Artist Melissa Dorn Richards has turned one word into an entire exhibition.

Art: Why I Love “Degas to Picasso”
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Why I Love “Degas to Picasso”

On my fifth visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum show I’m still discovering more.