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2020 Art Exhibits

Well, it seems like most of the exhibit opportunities are online for the rest of the year. However, I have one painting that will be in an exhibit open to real-life interaction. Here are the Fall 2020 Exhibit locations and dates.

Ongoing 2019-2020: ACNMWA Curated Biennial

ACNMWA is a nonprofit statewide volunteer organization begun in 1989 to advocate for the new National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., and promote women artists and arts professionals in Arkansas. I am honored to have a place among these other women of Arkansas.

At The Las Laguna Art Gallery Online Exhibition: 2020 Portraits. "Eye of the Storm", by Madison Woods. This is another online show, but I’m thrilled to have juried into a portrait exhibit, in spite of being awful at painting portraits! You can view the exhibit at www.laslagunagallery.com, beginning Nov. 5. I’m not sure how long it will be up.

Nov – Dec 2020 | 78th Annual Audubon Artists Exhibit

“Destination Unknown”, in Ozark earth pigments. The model was a photo by Mike TR Dunn, used by permission. Media is handmade watercolors using real earth pigments on Fabriano 300# and is 16" x 20". The Red-tailed hawk is one of the birds in my ongoing Ozark Birds of Prey project. “Destination Unknown” was accepted to the 78th Annual Audubon Artists Exhibit. 16 x 20″, all Ozark watercolor pigments. It is for sale through the exhibit once it opens. This year, due to Covid, the event will be held online. The exhibit will run from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31, 2020. The paintings in the exhibit are for sale. I’m honored to be included and am looking forward to seeing what everyone else has created. You can see progress pics from the making of this painting by clicking here.

If you’d like to see the process of creating the eagle painting, I have a page that shows all the steps I went through in painting it.

September & October: Dunes Birds in Art

This one is a virtual show that runs through October. Here’s a link to the show. The original is for sale. Prints and note cards are also available.

Madison Woods is an artist and paintmaker from Kingston, Arkansas.
Author/Artist Info
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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22 August 2020 6:45 pm

Congratulations, Madison. Virtual shows or otherwise, you’re making your mark and a well-deserved one.


Nancy Hartney
22 August 2020 5:58 pm

Gearing up to vote. Ready to see the shore birds virtual show. Lots of smiles and pleasure looking at feathered folks.

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