The author's voice is the inflection of the writer's written word to indicate the tone and interest. The way a author shows their voice is the emphasis of the particular interest they are writing about and how they communicate that. Todd Mrozinski is an artist and MIAD alumni who is a writer for Urban Milwaukee as one of their art writers. Mrozinski's article, The Power of Great Paintings is an example of the author's voice in how he conducts his writing from his experience as an artist. His love of nature and landscape art is shown through his writing as he describes his enthusiasm for a new gallery showing in the Milwaukee Art Museum.
In the first few sentense, Mrozinski sets the tone of the article of his excitement of European Masterworks being exhibited in MAM. He writes in the article, My heart raced as I showed the attendant my ticket and entered the first gallery of “A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection” at the Milwaukee Art Museum." He then details the contents of notable works that he was interested to highlight from the collection. Describing the spacing and painterly qualities of each work and its emotional resonance.