Military Art Commissions in Progress by military Artist Todd Krasovetz
United States Army Warrant Officers Association 100 Year Art Commission
On 4 April 2015 the United States Army Warrant Officer Association (USAWOA) commissioned renowned Military Artist
Press Release: 11.20.2015
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On 4 April 2015 the United States Army Warrant Officer Association (USAWOA) commissioned renowned Military Artist Todd A. Krasovetz for the creation of the 100th year anniversary (2018) print. This will be the print in the USAWOA collection “Quiet Professional and Let Go!”, focused on a century of our proud heritage. I would like to take a moment to officially introduce you to our artist Todd Krasovetz.
Todd Krasovetz was born into a Military Family in Frankfurt, Germany and has had a remarkable career as an artist at a young age. He was influenced by the many Old Master collections in the many museums of Europe. He is proficient and comfortable in hyper-realism and finds Abstract Expressionism a form of release. With both genres, the one constant is an eye for composition. His influences can be traced back to DaVinci’s juxtaposition of landscape and portraiture, the etheralism of Chagall and the ability to capture “the moment” of a portrait as did John Singer Sargent.
Todd is internationally known and published for both his realistic and abstract styles of art, including oil on canvas, portraits, landscapes, illustrations and abstract expressionism. Todd has had the pleasure of working with many different types of clients ranging from private collectors, Hollywood movie Studios, Military and Government and Corporate entities
He is often commissioned to produce images for all branches of the military as well as of famous celebrities. His work as an Artist and illustrator is internationally recognized and his work is featured at the San Diego Veterans Museum in San Diego, CA and numerous other military locations. Recently, his artwork was purchased by Disney, ABC studio’s for the set of the hit show “Army Wives”.
We are very excited to establish this relationship with Todd, please stay connected with us as we continue to provide you updates on the 100th anniversary print.