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United States Army Warrant Officer Association USAWOA

March 5th, 2019

United States Army Warrant Officer Association USAWOA

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On 4 April 2015 the United States Army Warrant Officer Association (USAWOA) commissioned renowned Military Artist Todd A. Krasovetz for the creation of the 100th year anniversary (2018) print. This will be the print in the USAWOA collection �Quiet Professional and Let Go!�, focused on a century of our proud heritage. I would like to take a moment to officially introduce you to our artist Todd Krasovetz.

Todd Krasovetz was born into a Military Family in Frankfurt, Germany and has had a remarkable career as an artist at a young age. He was influenced by the many Old Master collections in the many museums of Europe. He is proficient and comfortable in hyper-realism and finds Abstract Expressionism a form of release. With both genres, the one constant is an eye for composition. His influences can be traced back to DaVinci�s juxtaposition of landscape and portraiture, the etheralism of Chagall and...

NASA 50th Anniversary Of The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing By Artist Todd Krasovetz

March 5th, 2019

NASA 50th Anniversary Of The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing By Artist Todd Krasovetz

NASA 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing by Artist Todd Krasovetz

Painting A Tribute To Military Sacrifice

May 31st, 2016

Painting A Tribute To Military Sacrifice

Painting a tribute to military sacrifice
Hero Ascending released by San Diego artist Todd Krasovetz

Mugshot of Linda McIntosh By Linda McIntosh | 2:23 p.m. April 5, 2016 | Updated, 2:36 p.m.

"Hero Ascending" by Todd Krasovetz
A female Navy officer commissioned a San Diego military artist to create a painting to celebrate the sacrifice of a dying Marine.

The painting, Hero Ascending by Todd Krasovetz, shows a badly wounded Marine being brought into an operating room. Faces of the surgeons are tense. In the upper corner of the painting is the outline of an angel carrying the Marine upward.

The idea behind the painting is to bring comfort in the face of a heros death.

The scene goes back to a poignant moment Lt. Melissa Wells, a retired Navy medical officer, remembered from one of her deployments to Fallujah, Iraq.

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A group of Marines brought a wounded comrade out of a combat...