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Maybe not flora and fauna, but definitely surrounded by it in plenty. This red rock came from the creek and shows a lot of pigment promise.

Info About Wild Ozark™

Hi! Thanks for clicking on my link to find out more! This page is a portal. From here you can find out more info about Wild Ozark, or me and what I do. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, use one of the links to my social media or email and get in touch. Grab a cup of coffee, prop up your feet and stay a spell 😀

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Email me at [email protected], or find me at social media: Facebook and Instagram 😀

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Madison Woods
P.O. Box 173
Kingston, AR 72742

Get in touch with me via email or snail mail if you’re interested in exhibiting my work, having me do a presentation or workshop! Thanks for dropping by my website. I also enjoy just chatting with anyone interested in nature art, natural pigments, and life in the Ozarks in general.

Nature is a savage muse and she is a constant source of inspiration. I’m an artist who uses handmade watercolor paints made from pigments I forage around home. I live in Kingston, AR with my husband, two horses, a dog and a couple of cats. My favorite thing to paint is birds of prey, but those are time-consuming and tedious, so I often paint other things in between. Use the links above to find out more about Madison Woods – the phrase that is my dBA name, creative persona and online presence who represents Wild Ozark out in the big, wide, world.

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I'm an artist inspired by nature. Click to find info about Wild Ozark and Madison Woods, or where to buy paintings or Paleo Paints.
Some pigment rocks at Wild Ozark
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