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Todd Stone

Todd Stone is a watercolorist and oil painter whose work over the last 20 years has examined the destruction of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and the ongoing reconstruction of downtown Manhattan.

A native New Yorker, Stone moved to lower Manhattan in 1974. For many years, Stone’s work was primarily abstract, but always included in his practice were studio scenes, landscapes, and cityscapes, often featuring the Twin Towers as seen from his window. Located just six blocks from the Twin Towers, Stone’s home and studio were literally in their shadow. His “Witness” series has been exhibited at the National 9/11 Memorial Museum. He has been artist in residence at the World Trade Center since 2009.

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An artist in lower Manhattan recalls how he watched the Twin Towers fall, then spent years honoring the lives lost.