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Todd Ford
artist website

artist statement:

             I paint in a style that is similar to, but certainly not true photorealism. I am much more interested in creating work that is a synthesis of my own vision and sensibilities without the strict confinements of photorealism. I want to show a familiar object in an unfamiliar way, as something that has importance. I want the viewer to be engaged. That is my goal with every painting I create.


             BA Art Ed, East Central University, Ada, OK

exhibit info:

            2012 - Rising Gallery, Jordan Invitational, Dallas, TX

            2012 - Mason Murer Gallery, Refresh Part II, Atlanta GA

            2012 - Art Revolution Taipei 2012, Taipei City, Taiwan

            2011 - Elliott Fouts Gallery, The Still Life, Sacramento, CA

            2011 - Mason Murer Gallery, The Real Thing, Atlanta, GA 

            2011 - Lovetts Gallery, OK Mozart Invitational, Tulsa, OK

            2011 - Lovetts Gallery, Solo Exhibit and Live Paint, Tulsa, OK

            2010 - Keller Public Arts Program, 2 Person Show, Keller, TX

            2010 - Oxide Gallery, Spring Group Exhibit, Denton, TX

            2009 - Lovetts Gallery, Masters of Influence Invitational, Tulsa, OK

            2009 - Greater Denton Arts Council, Hidden Artists: Those Who Teach, Denton, TX

            2009 - Lovetts Gallery, Spring Perspective 2009, Tulsa, OK

            2008 - Diamond Newman Gallery, It's Not a Photograph, Boston, MA       

            2004 - Denton ISD Art Faculty Exhibit, Denton, TX


    • Published in the book "Contemporary Painters", by Danijela Kracun and Charles McFadden
    • Interview with Michael Corbin
    • Published in the book "The Art of Everyday Joe: A Collector's Journal ", Michael Corbin, art collector and author
    •  Lines and Colors review, Charley Parker
    • Art & Critique review, Elijah Shifrin
    • Interview with Jeff Hayes /State of the Art



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