Monday, April 23, 2012

Enid Wood

“Saltmarsh 3” © Enid Wood
Name:  Enid Wood
Bio: Colorado native Enid Wood was raised in Denver, where she had her first solo exhibition in St. Pauls’s Lutheran Church; worked in England for many years as a violin teacher, and spent summers in Santa Fe. She now lives in Central Texas - she has a studio in Bastrop, and paints full time. She has studied still life and portrait painting with Don Doxey, and landscape painting with Albert Handell.  Enid's award-winning paintings (including frequent appearances in the Pastel 100,) are seen in private collections locally, nationally, and internationally. She is represented in Austin by Artworks, at 1214 W 6th Street.
In an offbeat piece called “Music Lessons,” in  the Pastel Journal, October 2011, Enid wrote eloquently about her twin passions, painting and music. My favourite quote from the article is: “Carefully resolved dissonance…leads to beauty and expressive power – in both music and pastel.”
Medium: Pastel.
Subjects: Landscape.
Style: Representational.
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