Todd K. Fox

Collective Unconsciousness

On View: November 2 - 30, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 2, 4-7 PM
Artists Talk: Friday, November 15, 11 AM

About the Exhibition
 
Todd K. Fox taught himself the art of Raku pottery at the age of 11 and over the years has continued to expand upon his use of this medium in new and exciting ways.  Five years ago, he began experimenting with techniques to combine Raku fired forms with a range of unconventional materials, leading him towards the distinct style for which he is known today.   READ MORE>>>

About the Artist
 
Todd K. Fox is a native of Orlando, Florida and continues to reside and work in his hometown. He is a self-taught artist who learned his craft primarily from friends, peers and informal art classes. He has been a resident artist at McRae Art Studios for two years and has participated in numerous group shows and outdoor/indoor art fairs over the years. These include exhibitions at the Mennello Museum of Art, Orlando, FL; the Gallery at Avalon Island, Orlando, FL and Lucky Street Gallery in Key West, FL, among others. His work is also in multiple permanent collections in Florida.  Fox has been represented by Arts on Douglas for the past year and this exhibition, Collective Unconsciousness, is his first solo exhibition.