Mike Koskie is a Jackson watercolor artist focusing primarily on fine detail architectural landscapes. Graduating with a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from Mississippi College, art continues to be his number one passion in life. His early journey in art began at the Art Department of WAPT-TV 16 and then for the Real Yellow Pages. At that time he began to work in watercolor, developing his skills and exhibiting in Southern Breeze Gallery and multiple galleries on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
He is know for capturing historical landmarks that bring viewers back in time, celebrating and memorializing these important Mississippi locations. In addition to galleries, Mike's work has been featured on Biloxi tv and the PBS documentary by WYES in New Orleans, Biloxi Memories and the Broadwater Beach Hotel. His works are found in residential homes, hotels, restaurants and other businesses. Presently his work can be found at Maritime Seafood Industry Museum in Biloxi, and he has contributed to the Uptown Drawdown Auction the past 5 years. Mike Koskie is currently with the Mississippi Film Office as production assistant on some movies that have been produced in Mississippi.