Todd Mrozinski is an artists as well as a writer. It seems he mainly writes about art and shows that are happening around Milwaukee. In his writings "Portrait Society Show Packs Emotional Punch" he writes about each artists work that was in the show and gives a detailed description of how it made an emotional impact. The way he writes about each piece is very caring, loving, and almost written like poetry. He makes use of many similes and metaphors, giving a heartfelt feeling to the art pieces. For example, he states "the youth starts his piano solo with determined vigor like a seed pushing through soil" when talking about the work of Ted Brusubardis and "the colors are ultra-saturated and seem to swell with a renewed sense of life" when speaking of the work of Thomas Haneman who had suffered from depression for many years.
In another one of his writings, "The Power of Great Paintings" about the A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection” at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Again, he talks fondly and almost lovingly about each piece, as if they were an old friend. He pays great attention to the way in which the paintings were painted, whether the paint was "teased upon the surface of the canvas and then slightly flattened" or "pushed, smeared and built like the mountain, Mount Sainte-Victoire". I greatly enjoy how he speaks of the artwork he sees and finds a unique and creative way to describe each element, building the painting up as much as the paint does.
Mrozinski's artists voice comes through very strongly while writing about the art of other artists. He creates a deep and personal connection with each piece, which I haven't seen from many other writers writing for OnMilwaukee.