Todd Kosharek has been devoted to painting since he was a young child. At the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, he pursued a BFA in painting for two years before focusing his degree on art history, specifically late eighteenth to middle twentieth century painting. Through these studies, he learned not only various approaches to technique, color theory, tonality and composition, but also about the importance of art with in the fabric of society and how this has changed through out the ages. This understanding has been an important factor in his choosing of subject matter.
Todd continues his study of art history and paints routinely in his home studio in Jackson, Wyoming, working on many various pieces at a time. He has received numerous commissions and worked for a period of time as a portrait artist. In 2009, his painting “Western Cathedral” was purchased through the Wyoming Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. His work is in private collections through out the United States and in Paris, France.
“Silverspot: A Graphic Novel”, National Wildlife Art Museum, Jackson, WY
“Jackson Rising”, Art Association of Jackson Hole, Center for the Arts, Jackson, WY