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Welcome to Gallery Art News for artist Todd Krasovetz! Here you can learn more about the artist by News Articles, Recent Newspaper Publications, Press Kits and Artist Bios, Important Art Links and much more!

Featured Testimonials

February 24, 2012

“Hello all! I have been working with artist Todd Krasovetz for many years and it goes without saying that he is the most professional Illustrator and artist in Southern California. The artwork and illustrations that he produces is above spectacular and the projects are always on-time and within budget. I strongly recommend him for any art, illustration, fine art project! Thanks Todd for everything! Until our next venture.”

Missy Ricker – Set Director “Army Wives” -ABC Studios, Hollywood, CA

Clients:

  Artist Todd Krasovetz Commission

  

 
 National University President Potter Oil Portrait by Todd Krasovetz
New York Institute Of Technology Oil Portraits by Todd Krasovetz

Current and Past Projects

Contemporary Oil Paintings, Portraits, Illustrations and much more.

2016 Marine Corps National Museum & Kyle Cottrell Art Commission – In Production
2015 Chief Warrant Officers Association 100 Year Art Commission- Washington, DC – In Production
2016 Multiple Commission -New York Institute of Technology (in production), New York City, NY- In Production
2016 Commission by Mr. Bengie Secuskie- San Diego, CA- In Production
2016 Commission by Mrs. Melissa Hoppaw-Titled: Hero Ascending, Virginia Beach, VA
2015 Contemporary Art Commission – Mr. and Mrs Larson- Coronado, CA
2015 Golden Retriever Foundation Commission- Los Angeles, CA
2015 Multiple Oil Portrait Commissions by Hawaian Tropics – Las Vegas, NV
2015 Oil Portrait Commission by Celebrity NFL Legend – Franco Harris, Del Mar, CA
2014 Marine Corps Academy- Harlington , TX – Commission -Titled 100 Year Commemoration. Harlington, TX
2014 Walter Reed National Army Hospital- Commission -Titled – Corpsman Up, Bethesda, MD
2014 National University- Oil Portrait of President Mrs. Potter, San Diego,CA
2014 Agora Gallery New York- Artist Representation, New York, NYC
2013 June -Private Portrait Commission, San Diego,CA
2013 May- Grand Opening Todd Krasovetz Gallery in Rancho Santa Fe, CA
2013 May -Private Portrait Commission, San Diego, CA
2013 ABC Studios /Disney Pictures Commission- Hollywood , CA
2013 Inga and Otto Kupietzki Portrait Commission, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
2012  Mural : Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton , CA.
2012  Jan. ABC Studios /Disney Pictures: Hollywood , CA
2012– Children’s Book Illustrations; Wheres My Bobby, San Diego, CA.
2012– United States Air Force, Cannon AFB, New Mexico.
2012– Art Purchase: ABC Studios Hollywood, CA Lifetimes Army Wives.
2011–  Le Bec Fin-Mural:Interior Design Project,Philadelphia,PA
2011 – MDC Wallcoverings: Interior Design Project, Chicago, IL
2011 – DAS Interiors: CommercialInterior Design – Philadelphia, PA
2011 – Commission, Pensacola Naval Air Base, Pensacola, FL
2011 – Commission, Dr Bean, Santa Barbara, Ca
2010 – United States Air Force, Commission 10 Original Oil Paintings- Cannon AFB, New Mexico
2009 – Oil Portrait Private Collector, San Diego, CA
2009 – Children’s Portrait Private Collector, San Diego, CA
2007 – Johnson Hall Print (MCRD) Installation, San Diego, CA
2006 – Marine Corps Recruit Depot Installation, San Diego, CA
2005 – Field Medical Training Battalion, San Diego, CA
2004 – Medal Of Honor Portrait Commission, Bridgeport, CA
2004 – Taylor Made Golf Illustration Commission, Vista,CA
2004 – Players Celebrity Tour, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
2004 – Commission : Inns of the Americas, Vista, CA
2003 – The New American Pride Install, Camp Pendleton,CA
2001 – Wings of Hope Installation, Camp Pendleton, CA

Additional Artwork:

www.ToddKrasovetz.com

www.Official-Military-Art.com

www.AquaclearLLC.com

www.MilitaryArtPosters.com

www.OilPortraitFromPhotos.com

 

Painting a tribute to military sacrifice

San Diego Union Tribune

“Hero Ascending” released by San Diego artist Todd Krasovetz

 

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“Hero Ascending” by Todd Krasovetz

A female Navy officer commissioned a San Diego military artist to create a painting to celebrate the sacrifice of a dying Marine.

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The painting, “Hero Ascending” by Todd Krasovetz, shows a badly wounded Marine being brought into an operating room. Faces of the surgeons are tense. In the upper corner of the painting is the outline of an angel carrying the Marine upward.

The idea behind the painting is to bring comfort in the face of a hero’s death.

The scene goes back to a poignant moment Lt. Melissa Wells, a retired Navy medical officer, remembered from one of her deployments to Fallujah, Iraq.

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A group of Marines brought a wounded comrade out of a combat truck into a field surgical unit where Wells worked.

There were many days when the medical team could stop the bleeding, numb the pain, and save the limb and somehow the life. That was not one of those days, Wells said. “I felt acutely aware of the life force within this Marine, and I knew the instant he passed away.”

At that moment, she felt a warmth flood the trauma room, that came from the left upper corner of the room. “It was as if a wave of compassion spread through the once chaos filled space, and in doing so, removed the fury, sadness and grief. All I felt was peace — it was a hand of God moment,” Wells said.

“When I went on deployment, my family worried about me and when someone doesn’t come back, there is grief, but I wanted the painting to show the other side of that — the peacefulness — there is a glorious and compassionate ascendance into heaven for the soul of a hero,” Wells said.

Wells, who lives near Quantico, Va., served 17 years in the Navy and was a member of the Fleet Marine Force. She was medically retired six years ago because of traumatic brain injury from a mortar blast in Iraq.

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Wells and Krasovetz plan to donate a print to the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle. Va. with the possibility of donating the 24-by-36-inch original to the Smithsonian.

“The painting pays tribute to those who have given their lives for our freedom and disabled veterans who have been injured and been there in the painting, but have come back,” Krasovetz said.

“The piece is supposed to convey the feeling that something spiritual is happening — there’s something powerful going on there and you can see it in the eyes of the surgeon who is taken aback,” Krasovetz said.

Krasovetz is known in military circles for his painting, “Wings of Hope,” originally installed 15 years ago at the entrance to the old Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. The painting shows a Navy corpsman pulling a wounded Marine to safety on a sandy shore. In the reflection of the water, the corpsman has wings. Krasovetz, based in Point Loma, has been commissioned by nearly every branch of the military to produce works at 11 military installations across the country over the past 15 years.

“Wings of Hope” also caught the attention of set designers for the ABC Lifetime TV series “Army Wives” and several of his military paintings have appeared on the set.

Krasovetz started doing military paintings as a way to honor service members. His father fought in Vietnam and his brother, Scott Krasovetz, a Navy corpsman, was deployed multiple times to Iraq with the 1st Marine Division based at Camp Pendleton.

The painting is as much a tribute to military members as it is to their families who stand behind them, Wells said.

Visit http://official-military-art.com or toddkrasovetz.com, or call (619) 490-9985.

 

March 15 2012, Rancho Santa Fee Society Newspaper Article : Rancho Santa Fe Jeweler and artist Todd Krasovetz host May 2, 2013 event
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Steve Brower, Todd Krasovetz, painting by Todd, Kourtney Krasovetz, and Coleen Freeman.

Coleen Freeman, owner of Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry, and Fine Art artist Todd Krasovetz, along with his business partner and Rancho Santa Fe resident Steve Brower, will host an event on Thursday, May 2, from 5-8 p.m. in the courtyard behind Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry, located at 6024 Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe.

In celebration of Mother’s Day (May 12), a percentage of proceeds from sales at the event on May 2 and throughout the month of May will benefit the “Mommy and Me” program administered by the Armed Services YMCA at Camp Pendleton. The event will commemorate the grand re-opening of the jewelry store at its new location on Paseo Delicias and the grand opening of artist Todd Krasovetz’ interactive studio and art gallery. Appetizers provided by Dinners by David and La Reine des Macrons, wine, entertainment by Ean Corbett, opportunity drawing and a miniature military F18 jet display will be offered. The event is free and open to the public, however, reservations are required. To RSVP, contact Kourtney Krasovetz at 619-730-8104 or kourtneykrasovetz@yahoo.com by Monday, April 29.

Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry was established 30 years ago and specializes in a variety of services, including the acquisition, consignment and sale of gold, diamonds, watches and all other precious metals and gemstones. The inventory of items for sale is an eclectic selection of new, antique and designer pieces. The store features an on-site Master Jeweler with 30 years’ experience in his trade and is qualified to create a wide variety of custom designs. Other services offered include expert cleaning, re-sizing, jewelry and watch repair, pearl re-stringing and appraisal capability. Owner Coleen Freeman has 25 years’ experience in the jewelry business. During this time, she has refined her taste and technical expertise in the industry. In the five years she has owned Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry she has become a mainstay in the community and has established an impeccable reputation for her integrity and sincerity.

American artist Todd Krasovetz was born in Frankfurt, Germany and is internationally renowned for his contemporary abstract expressionism style of painting. Krasovetz’s influences can be tied back to the works of Sargent, Matisse, Van Gough and Pollock. Krasovetz is also recognized for his military artwork; two of his paintings, titled “Wings of Hope” and “Hidden Wings,” that depict Navy corpsmen in action were commissioned for the set of the Lifetime TV show “Army Wives.” The original paintings are on permanent display at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton and the Corpsman Field Training Center on base. “Army Wives” features hand-painted prints of the originals. Todd’s business partner, Steve Brower, is an art aficionado, as well as an accomplished pilot who flew as a Captain for American Airlines for 25 years and who now flies a private corporate DA10 aircraft.

The Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) “Mommy and Me” program is a preschool parent network guided by ASYMCA preschool teachers that provides parents of toddlers from 18 months to 5 years old with tools that enable them to begin and sustain their young child’s educational development. ASYMCA Lil’ Friends and Kindertyme programs emphasize kindergarten readiness, socialization and positive parent/child interactions. Both programs meet twice a week for one hour and are offered at various locations throughout Camp Pendleton.

Call 760-385-4921 or visit http://www.camppendletonasymca.org/services.html. For additional information regarding Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelers, log onto www.ranchosantafejewelers.com, call 858/756-4047 or email at rsfjewelers@yahoo.com. Todd Krasovetz may be reached at 619-490-9985 or through his website at www.toddkrasovetz.com.

 

 

Rancho Santa Fe Artist News Article Todd Krasovetz 2012 Small File

Rancho Santa Fe Artist News Article Todd Krasovetz 2012

Todd Krasovetz: Dual Coast Abstract Artist Calls Shelter Island Home

By | 12/02/2012 | Life, Local | 5 Comments

Todd Krasovetz is one extremely busy individual. He is a painter of abstract and “military art,” a father, husband, businessman, and an all around San Diegan (a resident of Shelter Island). In the realm of “military art,” Krasovetz has had one of his paintings set in Lifetime’s television show Army Wives, as well as a piece commissioned by the Walter Reid Military Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. Though Krasovetz is known for his military art work, he maintains a driving passion in creating modern abstract art.

Krasovetz has shown and his abstract work in New York City at the Agora Gallery from June 12 to July 3, was commissioned to paint a mural at La Bec Fin restaurant in Philadelphia, and has had his art shown locally in La Jolla and in his Point Loma Studio. ” Due to his talent level, Krasovetz is able to be successful at mainly two styles of art, making the journey in the artistic expression continuously fresh and dimensional. Despite remaining active in the local market, Krasovetz has exhibited and sold some of his soft abstracts, “Woman and a Martini Glass,” and “Red Wine Late Night,” at the Agora gallery. Similar to Pollock’s “action painting,” which Krasovetz refers to as “event painting,” the artist creates impressive large scale works reminiscent of Sargent, Matisse, and Van Gogh. Pollock-esque in nature, Krasovetz says of the composition process, “I lay the canvas down, working off the ground, create the basic design, and then continue with the composition. When I’m working, I like to think of the process as ‘the 30,000 foot view’ approach.” Utilizing oil paint, Krasovetz works horizontally – accelerating the drying process, and allowing the artist to delve deeper into his combinations of warm and cool hues. Emitting these contrasting notes, which emerge as translucent and metallic layers, resembling the ebb and flow of water. Ornate patterns and undisclosed narrative qualities embellish the plane. As a whole the portraits evoke a sense of fragmentation, memory and emotionality, catalyzing around the evocative feminine mystique, which they take as their central theme. “I centralize the female figure as the design for my pieces,” says Krasovetz. “Approaching the work in a Pollack/Matisse style, all the while adding a little more realism as a foundation, I typically make the original sketch. Currently, most of my representation is in New York, but since my studio is in Point Loma, it allows for people to see what I’m doing locally.” Though there are many artists in this genre, Krasovetz, with his set influences and style, is definitely a rare find in San Diego. The future will see Krasovetz hosting shows soon in San Diego once again, since he propagates his work in both the east and west.

 Recent News Publications of Artist Todd Krasovetz:

 

http://issuu.com/lajollalight2010/docs/rancho_santa_fe_review_4.18.13

 

http://www.ranchosantafereview.com/?p=24498

 

http://www.ranchosantafereview.com/?p=23968

 

http://www.ranchosantafereview.com/?p=21559

 

http://ivn.us/san-diego/2012/12/02/todd-krasovetz-is-a-shelter-island-artist/

 

http://ranchandcoast.com/ATTEND/13/CULTURE/5160/CELEBRATE-ART-IN-RANCH/

 

http://ranchandcoast.com/CONNECT/31/GATHERINGS/5102/JEWELRY-ART-RECEPTION/

 

http://www.delmartimes.net/2012/03/15/local-artist%E2%80%99s-work-featured-on-tv-show-%E2%80%98army-wives%E2%80%99/

 

 http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/Apr/23/military-artist-krasovetz-gallery/

 

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:US_Navy_041001-N-0000A-001_Artist_Todd_Krasovetz_unveils_a_painting_of_U.S._Navy_Hospital_Corpsman_Richard_D._Dewert_at_the_Bridgeport_Medical_Clinic_dedication_ceremony.jpg

 

 http://agoraartgalleryblog.com/exhibition-pulse-of-abstraction-the-manifestation-of-milieu-the-saturated-palette/

 

http://www.dcmilitary.com/article/20130627/NEWS11/130629849/walter-reed-bethesda-celebrates-115th-birthday-of-navy-hospital

 

http://www.leatherneck.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-15659.html

 

http://www.nycinv.com/event-1126-celebrate-summer-with-sparkling-art-at-agora-gallery.html

 

http://www.navsource.org/archives/07/0745.htm

 

http://www.firstpost.com/topic/person/steve-jobs-steve-jobs-portrait-by-artist-todd-krasovetz-video-96ENoSD6gGg-2600-1.html

 

 http://www.examiner.com/article/tv-s-army-wives-to-feature-patriotic-art-from-san-diego

 

http://www.niuzer.com/Rancho-Santa-Fe-CA/Celebrate-Art-in-the-Ranch-event-to-be-held-at-Todd-Krasovetz-Gallery-in-Rancho-Santa-Fe-18610276.html

 

http://vidgrids.com/new-york-artist-todd-krasovetz

 

http://www.docstoc.com/docs/131176735/FALL2001-NEWSLETTER

 

February 21 2013 Disney/ABC Studios Purchases “Battle At Roberts Ridge” By Artist Todd Krasovetz for  TV Show.

January 2, 2012: ABC Studios Purchases Art for the hit television show “Army Wives”!!

 

MARCH 23, 2012: BEACON NEWSPAPER Publication: Artist Mixes “Military Art” Genre, Abstract Art! 

MARCH 15, 2012: DEL MAR, CA TIMES NEWSPAPER Publication: ABC STUDIOS Lifetimes Army Wives and Todd Krasovetz!

 

MARCH 15, 2012: RANCH SANTA FE TIMES, CA NEWSPAPER Publication: ABC STUDIOS Lifetimes Army Wives and Todd Krasovetz!

 

DEC 2, 2011, ABC Studios “Army Wives” Purchased Art by Todd Krasovetz to be Showcased on the Set Spring of 2012!!

 

January 4, 2012: Read Recent News From The San Diego Union Tribune About Lifetimes Army Wives and Todd Krasovetz!

 

December 8 2011: Examiner Magazine News Article: ABC Purchases Military Art Titled “Hidden Wings” & “Wings OF Hope” by Todd Krasovetz.

 

2012 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE:: SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE:  CLICK to READ ARTICLE   Todd Krasovetz in his studio. Peggy Peattie. San Diego Union Tribune: 2012:

 

 

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2012 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE:: THE PENINSULA BEACON:  CLICK to READ ARTICLE

 

News Publication Artist Todd Krasovetz the Beacon Peninsula article March 20120001

 

More Recent News, Article Press Releases.

 

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Commercial Interior Design News

 

Le Bec Fin 2011: Case Study :: INTERIOR DESIGN DAS INTERIORS & Le Bec Fin & Artist Todd Krasovetz 2011

Artworklosangeles.com New York 2011 Artist Press ReleaseSan Diego Veterans Museum: Agora Gallery: New York:   Agora New York 2011 October News Letter

 

Press Release:

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Manhattan, New York, United States of America

NEW YORK, NY – Chelsea’s Agora Gallery will feature the original work of San Diego artist, Todd Krasovetz in Pulse of Abstraction. The exhibition is scheduled to run from June 12 through July 3, 2012.

Internationally known for his published contemporary realist painting, Todd Krasovetz’s soft abstractions forge new artistic territories evoking the power, tempo and tonal complexity of musical composition. Born of a spontaneous process very close to Pollock’s ‘action painting’ which Krasovetz describes as ‘event painting,’ these bold and expressive large scale works on canvas trace back through the heroic lineages of Sargent, Matisse and Van Gogh. Working horizontally, Krasovetz’s process involves accelerating the drying time of the oil paint which he splashes freely into the artistic ether. Combinations of warm and cool hues emit contrasting notes that emerge as translucent and metallic layers resembling the ebb and flow of water.

Ornate patterns and undisclosed narrative qualities embellish the plane. As a whole the portraits evoke a sense of fragmentation, memory and emotionality, catalyzing around the evocative feminine mystique, which they take as their central theme. Born in Frankfurt, Germany, Todd Krasovetz currently lives and works in San Diego, California.

 

New York Gallery Exhibition:

 

 

Exhibition Dates: June 12, 2012 – July 3, 2012 Reception: Thursday, June 14, 2012, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11a.m. – 6 p.m. Event URL:

 

http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Todd_Krasovetz.aspx

 

About the Exhibition:   This summer Agora Gallery’s elegant exhibition space comes to vibrant life, with refreshingly beautiful artworks. In Pulse of Abstraction viewers are inducted into a world where almost anything seems possible, with forms displaying unsuspected powers of mutability and vitality and colors moving around the canvas in a way that draws eyes and hearts after them. The Manifestation of Milieu demonstrates the considerable impact that an artist’s cultural heritage and exposure to urban environments and the natural world can have on their work, as each artist uses what they know to combine personal understanding with images that speak to everyone. The hues of The Saturated Palette color our perspective in a resplendent, engaging manner that reminds us both of the beauty that exists in the world and in the importance of viewing what we see in a positive way. The exhibitions open on June 12, 2012 and will run until July 3, 2012.   The opening reception will take place on the evening of Thursday June 14, 2012, from 6-8 PM. As usual, art enthusiasts are warmly invited to attend and meet some of the talented artists responsible for these delightful pieces. Featured artists: Pulse of Abstraction: Andrea Adka (“Andrea Jones”), Sharon Brill, Michelle Chu, Laila Khan Furniturewalla, Donna Howard, Christine Jaksch, Allen Jones, Todd Krasovetz, Sandra McRae, Kamil Sarnowski The Manifestation of Milieu: María José Alba, Grace Arledge, Monique Daneau, Eul Hurley, Milena Miteva, Bruce Leslie Thomas, Lone Tratt The Saturated Palette: Zivi Aviraz, CHAREST, Esther Cruz, Michael Harris, Sally Painter About Agora Gallery Agora Gallery is a fine art gallery, established in 1984 and located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art galleries district. It is famous for showcasing a spectacular array of talented artists from around the world and around the corner, while providing quality and original art to collectors. Exhibitions are usually group exhibits, presenting the work of a number of artists, but sometimes solo exhibitions focus on the work of one particular artist.   The gallery publishes ARTisSpectrum Magazine, a bi-annual magazine that is distributed to museums, galleries, art institutions and art schools around the world. It provides artists, collectors, museums, galleries, art organizations and enthusiasts with access to the work of international talented artists as well as feature articles, reviews and interviews. Agora Gallery is the proud sponsor of ARTmine, one of the most comprehensive resources available worldwide to view and purchase fine art. The gallery also runs Agora Art Blog, a blog designed to provide helpful information and advice for artists while providing a forum for artists to help one another by sharing their experiences and thoughts. Click Here for LIVE  Online Version

Shows and Exhibitions:

2011-Present: DAS architects and Interiors, PA 2011-Present:

La Jolla Artist Todd Krasovetz : Hallmark Gallery, La Jolly. CA  2008-Present

MDC Wallcoverings, Chicago, IL 2011-Present:

Agora Gallery, New York, NY 2010-Present:

United States Air Force: Cannon, NM 2006-2011:

Hallmark Gallery, La Jolla, CA 2002-Present:

Air Defense Museum, El Paso, TX 2002:

New Mexico State University Gallery, Las Cruces, NM 2002:

NMSU News: Intimate reflection, Las Cruces, NM

1999-2001 Giddings Inc, Dallas, TX

1999-2001: David Southerland Galleries, Dallas, TX

1999-2001 Universal Artz: Dallas, TX     Permanent Military and Government Commissions/Installations:   2013 Walter Reed National Army Medical Center in Bethesda, MD

2007 USNS Mercy: San Diego, CA:

2001 Wings of Hope Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton:

2005 New American Pride MCRD Museum Historical Society- Command Museum: Title: Savior in a Storm Branch Medical Clinic Newspaper.

2011 Bridgeport, CA: R. DeWert Medal Of Honor Portrait Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton: Title: Wings of Hope Cannon,

2010 to Present AFB: “Superior Support Fine Art Installation” Cannon, NM   Museum Representation:   San Diego Veterans Museum: 2009 – present

 

Artist Todd Krasovetz Gallery believes that Visual Art is the ultimate form of communication and is therefore universal in its expression.

Artist Todd Krasovetz Gallery  mission is to support emerging and well established artists and to give their work exposure and a critical

Artist Todd Krasovetz  Gallery goal is to conduct local, national and international art exhibitions including: oil color, water color, mixed media, sculptures, photography, crafts and glass works.

Artist Todd Krasovetz  Gallery   also works as an open art studio – gallery. The exhibiting artists can demonstrate their creative process in the gallery and collectors and gallery visitors can follow and learn about their technique, style and motivation.

Artist Todd Krasovetz  Gallery plays a vital role among visual-arts organizations locally, nationally and internationally by exhibiting, initiating, supporting, presenting, and preserving artists’ work, and by serving as a locus for interdisciplinary art and criticism.

Artist Todd Krasovetz  Gallery  provides professional criticism and guidance to exhibiting artists by seasoned art curators.

Artist Todd Krasovetz  Gallery   specializes in working with first-time art buyers as well as seasoned collectors interested in enhancing their art collection by acquiring the work of new and market-proven artists.

Artist Todd Krasovetz  Gallery   helps collectors and visitors to identify a style of artwork that expresses their personal or company image and purpose while also complimenting the existing home or office aesthetic.

 

Important Art Links:

 

www.SanDiegoFineArt.com

www.ranchosantafeartist.com

www.oilportraitfromphotos.com

www.official-military-art.com

Call today to commission artist Todd Krasovetz today at 1.619.490.9985. or wingsofhope@gmail.com