"I've always been inspired by the west. There's something about the rich history, the iconic wild west characters and the beautiful vast landscapes that have always piqued my interest."

Rudi Broschofsky

Rudi Broschofsky

Meet The Artist

Rudi Broschofsky's artistic journey navigates the intriguing intersection of representation and abstraction. Adopting a Street Art approach within the realm of Western Art, his process stands as a unique fusion of two distinct genres. Using the challenging medium of spray paint, Rudi is able to attain bold subjects and crisp lines through his calculated and recognizable stencil designs. Hand cutting these elaborate stencils with an X-Acto knife is time consuming and it can take several months to craft a single image. Up close his subject matter appears nonrepresentational, but as one steps back the composition becomes apparent.

Rudi's artistic narrative is undeniably woven into the fabric of his upbringing. Raised amidst art, he was immersed in the world of Western Art as his parents opened Broschofsky Galleries in 1987 when he was merely five. Surrounded by a diverse array of Western masters, from Edward Curtis's iconic turn-of-the-century photographs to Andy Warhol's pop art, Rudi's artistic choices bear the embedded imprint of this eclectic influence.

Despite Rudi's academic background diverging from the arts, his education in business finance significantly influences his artistic style. Drawing parallels between finance and art, Rudi finds a logical connection—the creative process akin to constructing an equation. Once the equation is in place, Rudi knows what the end result will look like if his process is carried out carefully and correctly.

Selected publications

BigLife, Western Art’s Newest Jam, 2020
Pamplin Media, Artists Show Art and Skill in Open Studio Tour, 2019
SVPN, Urban Cowboy (featured fine artist), October 2018
Art in the West, High Desert Museum, June 2018
Hospitality and Design, Studio 11 Completes Hotel Ketchum Refresh, 2018
Visit Sun Valley, Explore their modern art scene (featured artist), January 2018
Eye on Sun Valley, Art Takes Flight, 2017
Visit Sun Valley, Death to Day Jobs, 2014
Sun Valley Magazine, Death to Day Jobs, 2013


Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT
Traeger Grills HQ, Salt Lake City, UT
Sun Valley Company’s Warm Springs Lodge, Sun Valley, ID
Wood River Inn, Hailey, ID
Wareham Development Medical Research, San Francisco, CA
Hotel Ketchum, Ketchum, ID