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Brontë Woodruff

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 

I paint and draw in a wide variety of mostly natural materials and papers, but also more recently, acrylic, and in a range of styles, depending on what currently preoccupies or moves me. This could be a vivid, heavily worked abstract one day, a minimilist, free and energetic horse in ink the next, or a group of landscapes based on my walks on and around the Iron Age hill fort, Croft Ambrey, a precious area of beauty and history. I usually work in series, which can be over in a short burst of one day or week, or a long series which might develop and evolve over weeks or months. Both are typical. Van Dyck crystals, burnt walnut husk, is a uniting thread.

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Artwork for Brontë Woodruff

Abstract

Round Abstract

Changeable Weather

Hill Walk

Safely Grazing

Abstract

Borderland

Tree Van Dyke Crystals

Brontë with Finnon on Croft Ambrey

Details

Location: 
Yatton, a small hamlet nestling at the foot of Croft Ambrey in North West Herefordshire
Exhibitions: 

Highlights include the last three St.Michael's Discoed selected group Lent shows; my annual h.Art Open Studio at Marsh Cottage, Yatton from 2003 - 2017; Art at No.10, Brecon, from 2008 - 2015, which I also curated; art@thegranary, Lingen with Richard Studer; and many others.

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