Todd White is a figurative expressionist painter who is a self-described “observational artist” and known to the public for his “Rat-Pack meets Picasso” style of art. White was named the official artist for the Grammy Awards by the Recording Academy in 2007. His painting appeared on the ceremony’s invitation and program book and served as the official image for the event.
His work was featured in the Inspirations of Oz Fine Art Collection, an exhibition commemorating the 70th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. The collection toured designated cities all over the world including Miami, Los Angeles, Dubai, Japan, London, Toronto and Vienna.
In 2010, White was chosen to provide sketches for Coca-Cola Light in Mexico. White’s six sketches are depicted on different faces of Coca-Cola Light bottles and cans, each featuring his distinctive box signature. This was the first time that Coke had collaborated with a fine artist to depict artwork for its label.
White’s work hangs in a number of galleries in North America and he is currently one of the best selling artists in the United Kingdom. As a result of some of these career achievements White has earned international recognition, a lengthy list of celebrity collectors, and made him one of our top selling artists at Royal Street Fine Art Gallery in Aspen.