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The Universe of Todd's Work

Todd's projects include: sculpture, commercial art, murals and billboards, public art displays, logos and much more.

Sculpture

Todd's partnership with respected sculptor, Christina Elise Pollins (Shackelford), produced this inspired work, on permanent display at Nemacolin in Farmington, PA. The sculpture is of three busts, freed from the original 7,000 lb (3175 kg) block of limestone.

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Commercial Art

Todd owns and operates a custom sign and art business in Elk Creek, Virginia.  His hand-painted and carved designs are recognized throughout southwest Virginia. Todd is proud to be a true "old-school artist" and all of his work begins with pencil and paper and evolves into the works you see here.

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Murals & Billboards

Large scale illustration is Todd's expertise. His description of a perfect day:  Good brushes, excellent paints, huge canvases, and the rush of creating something that will be seen for miles.

Depicted right are some of Todd's 14’ x 48’ hand-painted billboards in New York State.  

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Public Art

Todd designed and painted Freedom Fiddle representing the community’s service, dedication and sacrifice to our nation in the past, present and future of Galax, VA. The flag is flying freely in the wind with blue skies.

Memorial & Conceptual Design

The City of Galax commissioned Todd to design the Blue Ridge Veterans’ Memorial Complex in Galax, Virginia. The design honors all six branches of service, and veterans, past, present & future.

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A Peace of History

Genesee Country Village & Museum  commissioned Todd to design a historically accurate illustration of an eagle, American flag and Gen. George McClellan on the side of a helium ballon. Todd painted the illustration on the 70’ tall vinyl balloon. The Intrepid is an authentic replica of an early communication and observation balloon authorized by President Lincoln for military maneuvers. 

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