I wear two hats with different names: Madison Woods when I’m wearing the artist hat, Roxann Riedel in real life and real estate. I'm a rock-smashing paint-making artist & a sales agent for Montgomery Whiteley Realty. Hailing from the wild Ozarks in Kingston, Arkansas where my husband and I work toward a sustainable lifestyle.

You can text or call to reach me by either name (see above):
(479)409-3429, or email madison@wildozark.com

The Coalescence Project

I forage for wild clay, dried botanicals, and interesting found things to create little elemental Earth people called Terrae. Ada is the first of her kind- born of water, earth, fire, metal and found things, adorned in nature’s botanicals. She is calling forth the Coalescence of the rest of her tribe. More will join her in 2023. Watch for the family to grow! Wild Ozark is located in Kingston, Arkansas. Madison Woods is the artist.

Here’s Aada.

Aada, the first of the Terrae in my Coalescence Project.
Her body is made of native clay and found items, feet from soldered metal, hair from cedar bark with wild hydrangea flowers in her hair.
Aada, first of her kind, is calling forth the Coalescence.
Aada in her element, calling forth the Coalescence.

I’ve got the head of the second figure ready to fire, but I need to also make the other body parts before I plug in the kiln. Right now there are too many other things on my plate, though, so my Coalescence Project will be on the back burner for another month or two.