Sculpture (7-works)

Todd  Gray Blork
Acrylic on wood
79 x 30 x 30 in
Todd  Gray Brillo Totem
Brillo Totem
Acrylic on wood
68.5 x 16.5 x 16.5 in
Todd  Gray Ethyl
Acrylic on wood
65 x 20 x 20 in
Todd  Gray Schmilary
Acrylic on wood with glass
18.75 x 44 x 44 in
Todd  Gray Zub Dub
Zub Dub
Acrylic on wood
21 x 13 x 11 in
Todd  Gray Beatles Coffee Table
Beatles Coffee Table
Acrylic on wood with starphire glass
19 x 45 x 45 in
Todd  Gray Loosey
Acrylic on wood
65 x 20 x 20 in

Sculpture-wall (9-works)

Todd  Gray Flabbito
Acrylic on wood
47 x 51 x 12.5 in
Todd  Gray Gobsmacked
Acrylic on wood
96 x 56 x 14 in
Todd  Gray Large Yesterdaze
Acrylic on wood
56 x 57 x 3.25 in
Todd  Gray Ahava
Acrylic on wood
44 x 44 x 3.25 in
Todd  Gray Happe
Acrylic on wood
25 x 17 x 3.75 in
Todd  Gray Amore
Acrylic on wood
24 x 24 in
Todd  Gray Joie de Vivre
Joie de Vivre
Acrylic on wood
36 x 26 x 3.25 in
Todd  Gray Flabbergast
Acrylic on wood
54 x 108 x 15 in
Todd  Gray Revolver
Acrylic on wood
38 x 52 x 8.25 in

Todd  Gray

Todd Gray

Todd Gray Biography

Todd Gray is a modern day contemporary pop artist. He says, “What I am doing is more or less sampling what great pop artists have sampled in the past…Be it Warhol’s soup cans or Brillo boxes, or Lichtensteins’ cartoons or Indiana’s numbers…I’m using abbreviated and sampled classic images of pop from the past and trying to combine them into new, relevant and recognizable contemporary pop art…Cartoons, Superheroes, hashtags, social media, emojis and so many other things that our modern day culture embrace are all elements of todays contemporary pop art. These were all created and built upon the backs of popular cultural images of the past…The classic pop artists of the late fifties and sixties brought this into the true fine art realm and I am continuing this tradition by intermixing them into my own unique and recognizable visual language.”


Todd Gray has been a fine artist for over thirty years and his studios are located in Los Angeles California.

Todd Gray Description


Todd Gray Statement

I was born in the same year that pop art (as fine art) came into the spotlight of the world and their images have had profound effects on my life and my art. The clean lines, bright colors and powerful energy were very strong influences on me. I always loved the simplicity in which pop art communicates large ideas through the simplest of means. My canvas is simple geometric cubes…very similar to the ones I grew up playing with as a child. I paint with bold colors and clean lines, on simple geometric forms and combine them with powerful design and well thought out imagery. My intention is to create my own unique and recognizable visual language. Something that is not easy to do in today’s world.

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