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Commissions by Madison Woods of Wild Ozark employs Ozark pigments.

Art Commissions for Nature, or Rural Scenes in Ozark Pigments

Commissions are currently: CLOSED until 2021

If you’d like to ask about an art commission with me, just use the button at the bottom of this page to email me or message me from one of the social media’s linked above in the menu.

Art Commissions FAQ

Here’s what happens after you push ‘send’ on that email. We just have a chat about what you want and I decide whether or not I think I can make you happy. Then we talk about the money. After that comes a contract to make it clear what I am committing to and how much it will cost you. At no point before the contract is there any obligation to either of us, so until that point, it’s only conversation.

Here are some frequently asked questions, and my answers to them.

Email to talk about an art commission with me. My work is distinctive and adds the colors of nature to your decor.

Behind the Scenes | Wildlife Art Commission | From Rocks to Painting (this one has a bit about making the paints)

Painting the Old Ford 8N Tractor (shows progress pics from my tractor painting)

Bald Eagle No. 1 | Ozark Birds of Prey series (shows progress pics from my eagle painting)

2020 Gallery | Paleo Paints (this year’s online gallery of works)

Madison Woods is an artist and paintmaker from Kingston, Arkansas.
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Author/Artist Info
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In the summer of 2018 I began making watercolor paints from the rocks, clay, and other resources of our land here in the Ozarks. My artwork is made exclusively with these paints. I call them Wild Ozark Paleo Paints, because they’re made in a way very close to the same way paints were made when man first put a hand-print on the wall of a cave. My specialty is painting nature, specifically the nature that surrounds me here in the remote hills of northwest Arkansas.

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Madison Woods
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