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Hollyhocks by Marsha Woods
Tiger Lily III by Marsha Woods
North Dakota Sunset by Marsha Woods
Poinsettias and Candlelight by Marsha Woods
'Tis the Season by Marsha Woods
Abstract Christmas Tree by Marsha Woods
Pink Poinsettia by Marsha Woods
Holiday Warmth by Marsha Woods
Christmas Poinsettia by Marsha Woods
Greeting Card by Marsha Woods
Unexpected Snow by Marsha Woods
CELESTIAL SKY ACEO ART CARD by Marsha Woods
Wintry Wisconsin Scene by Marsha Woods
A Walk in the Woods by Marsha Woods
Winter in Wisconsin by Marsha Woods
Cardinals and Blossoms by Marsha Woods
Quiet Dove by Marsha Woods
Cardinals in the Old Apple Tree by Marsha Woods
Macaw in Early Light by Marsha Woods
Sparrow by Marsha Woods
Red by Marsha Woods
Sleepy Cat by Marsha Woods
Jazzy Butterfly by Marsha Woods
Wild One by Marsha Woods
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About Marsha Woods
I grew up in a small farming communty in Iowa. Art was not really offered in our little school. I tried my hand at drawing rather unsuccessfully and art faded from my focus and I grew up never really having experinced the joy art brings into our lives. Then, as a young mother, I fell in love with painting when I took a tole`painting class on a lark with a friend. We just needed an escape and it was great fun. We used used oils and began painting on wooden plaques and glass. Soon I was painting on just about anywhere I could find a blank space to decorate! I tried acrylics for a short time but became frustrated with them and stayed with oils.
My husband and I began crafting together as my painting skills developed and he found an interest in woodworking. He cut out numerous items and I painted on them. We started selling in shops and at craft fairs, but discovered this to be a less-than-profitable-venture, especially in view of the meticulous work we did.
Fine art beckoned to me when I really began noticing watercolor paintings. I loved the look and had to try it and have been hooked on watercolors ever since. I have taken many classes in drawing and painting throughout my adult life and have educated myself by viewing and reading about art voraciously. My favorite subject is flowers, but I also paint landscapes, still life, and an occasional portrait, with my grandaughter being my favorite portrait model. I like to have life flowers to use as live models and find that I can really feel their beauty when I have them close and can enjoy their fragrance as I am painting.
I now have a modest studio in the lower level of our home and paint for several hours most days. I have taught a few beginning students in my studio and taught art in my parochial school as a volunteer for a few years. I volunteered when I learned that there was no art teacher in the school as the budget wouldn\'t stretch to pay for a teacher. I feel so strongly that art is essential if our children are to have a well-rounded education.
One thing I know for sure - I love to paint! I really feel blessed to have discovered how much art has enriched my life.