Andrew Woodward's cityscapes, landscapes and florals emanate light and shadow interwoven within rhythms of time, color, contrast and depth. Both intimate and vast, the paintings are portraits of architecture and nature, archetypes of an ever evolving world.
The Denver native received his BA from Kenyon College, OH, 1998, before living in Boston, MA for over a decade. He returned to Denver with his wife and two children in 2012.
Woodward's paintings are currently represented by Coda Gallery, Palm Desert, CA and Arden Gallery, Boston, MA. He won a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation in May 2015 and his works are in the collections of 1st Bank, Denver, CO; Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber & Schreck, Denver, CO; Cambridge Trust, Boston, MA and Cambridge, MA; Denver Grand Hyatt Hotel, Denver, CO; Farley White Interests, Boston MA; Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Carlsbad, CA; Kenyon College, Gambier OH; The Leadership Investment, Denver, CO; National Cooperative Bank, Arlington, VA; AMG National Trust Bank, Greenwood Village, CO; The Thompson Hotel, Denver, CO and William Blair Investments, Boston, MA.
Charlestown Bays, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 52"
Manhattan Vision, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 68"