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Inside the Studio

Todd Brown posing with one of his paintings against a wall covered in graffiti.


Todd Brown is a contemporary painter, illustrator, muralist and modern collage artist. His creative hero's include Jeffrey Koons, Salvador Dali, Mark Kostobi, Tristan Eaton, and Carol Brown-Goldberg to name a few. Todd’s current work features an expertly crafted, visual collection of pop imagery blended with his own creative and playful style. 

Fascinated with cover and pop art, his latest paintings are a combination of a graphic book narrative and cartoons combined with modern pop-art that fuse a path through each bold, and energetic exploration of his pre-millennial childhood juxtaposed with pop culture. 

His work reflects popular cultural subjects from the past and present while the imagery of modern day advertising and consumerism are sometimes accessible as well as subliminally placed. It is here the viewer will develop a relationship-based self awareness. 

By slamming contrasting subject matter into one-piece, the relationship of the comic imagery and products will all blend to create one loud story. Each painting is the artists own personal comic book cover; the individual brand is sold separately.



It's early on Saturday morning, 1976...really early. My sisters and I are coloring with our crayons with the built-in sharpener, as "Scooby Doo" or "Land of the Lost" plays on the TV. Our mornings are creative, filled with imagination, and the magic of the 1970's bright pop culture in which we were raised. We draw and color anywhere and everywhere: on shaggy carpets, splintered benches, or gifted paper or canvases. At an early age, I learned to draw and paint in the way of the Old Masters. In my teenage years a significant opportunity emerged for me to create two massive wall murals, which opened the door to creating larger works. I went on to earn my Fine Arts Degree with a minor in Art History at Arizona State and entered my Masters of Fine Arts at Towson State, where I studied under Earl Linderman, Henry Schoebel, and Leonard Koscianski.

T. Brown art is currently being represented by Danielle Peleg Gallery located in Keego Harbor, MI. For all inquiries please email



July 2023
"The Artist's Vision" MVA Art Gallery "Under his MF Eye"

June 2023
"The Dog Days of Summer" KBM Art
Gallery Riverside, CA "McLovin & "Owe you"

May 2023
AASH VOL 7 International juried show “Her Evel Stunts” 5/2023 Tyler, TX

February 2023

Shockboxx gallery -Juried “Unloveable” show. “Her Evel Stunts” Hermosa Beach, CA February 2023


November/ December 2022
Art Basel Miami / December 2022 -Red Dot Spectrum show. Mana Wynwood, Miami.

November 2022
AASH VOL 6 international juried art show -“Farrah & Bigfoot” 10-1 through 11/29/22 Tyler, TX

October 2022
District Arts “Food For Thought” juried exhibition. Frederick, MD “I miss your face.”

September 2022
23rd Annual Will's Creek juried Exhibition of Fine Art / Allegany Arts Council, MD

August 2022
“ARTOPIA” 2nd annual summer exhibition. Phoenix, AZ

March - December 2022
Published: ART IN THE TIME OF CORONA™ | Vol. 1
March 23 – December 31, 2023
Presented by Dab Art Co.


November 2021
Digital art, assemblage 2021
Las Laguna Art Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA-“Red Jennifer, Green Chopper” 

August - October 2021 
Marin society of artists- “All about Women”
San Rafael California. National juried Fine arts virtual exhibition. Marin, CA.

September 2021
”ICONS 2021”
Las Laguna art gallery - Laguna Beach, California. Online virtual exhibition. 

August 2021
“Viral Hope Exhibition”
Bitfactory Gallery Denver, CO.
Finalist for art exhibition show. 

July 2021
Diversa “People exhibition“
Virtual online exhibition by exhibizone and Biafarin arts. 

May 2021
“Art in the time of corona”Dab Art exhibition, Los Angeles California. Gallery exhibition & Print Publication Vol. 1.


December 2020
“Every color has a story“
Flagler County art league- Flagler, Florida.  Virtual art exhibition.

October 2020
“Recording History“
Gormley gallery Baltimore Maryland. Virtual exhibition “I miss your face.”