Todd Andrew Babb

Modern artist, Todd Andrew Babb, is a sculptor based in South Florida. Babb’s sculptural art process involves the personally developed use of innovative materials to allow for the distinctly expressive lines of his contemporary figurative pieces. Each uninhibited piece is an exploration into the evolution of humanity because of his desire for progression. Concentrating on line and form over detail and aesthetics, Babb’s elongated and oftentimes abstracted bodies portray this adaptation of the human spirit.

Babb was born just outside of Philadelphia, PA into a family of artists, historians, and philosophers. Honing his skill at a young age, Babb pursued a career as a painter soon after serving in the United States Air Force. Following his first business, Creative Artistry, where he worked with top corporations such as Dupont Corian and Walt Disney Company, Babb pursued a more conceptual modernist sculpting career in an effort to express his philosophical interpretations of the human condition.

As a self-identified progressivist, Babb never attempts to change the principles of nature. On the contrary, his works harness the inevitable change of existence, which dematerializes chaotic change.   Progressivism in art means to see that creation itself, as an entity in constant motion, is the very foundation and essence of what it means to create. Perhaps our greatest gift is to have a hand in the structure of creation. What we do in and with this lifetime will continue the progression of creation eternally.

As a progressivist, Babb maintains professional affiliations with non-profits and charities he feels are particularly committed to the advancement of human rights. Babb is also the exclusive sculptor of awards and gift statues for the Savannah Philharmonic.

Babb’s paintings and sculpture can be found in private collections around the world including countries in Europe, Asia, and South America.