Artist Interview: John G. Woodard

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Artist Interview: John G. Woodard

What are your ear­li­est mem­o­ries relat­ed to art?
I became inter­est­ed in art in 1991 and began to exper­i­ment with begin­ner paint sets.

How and when did you start becom­ing an artist yourself?
I began to study under a Beau­mont artist spe­cial­iz­ing in land­scapes in 1992 and con­tin­ued those stud­ies for approx­i­mate­ly one year. I con­tin­ued to study inde­pen­dent­ly and read and observed from sources con­nect­ed to the sub­ject mat­ter I want­ed to paint.

What is your process like?
I tone the can­vas then iden­ti­fy the hori­zon. From there, I select a sub­ject mat­ter and begin paint­ing from my imagination.

What do you try to con­trol in your sur­faces, and what do you leave to chance?
I tend to let the work devel­op as it progresses.

Where do you see your work going from here?
I con­tin­ue to study and explore infor­ma­tion that will help me grow as an artist and I plan to refine and pro­mote my work.

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