All of my work begins with foraging for pigments so I can make my watercolor paint. Earth tone paintings of nature, made from nature- Literally! Browse through my signature work in limited palettes by clicking on the gallery pages listed below.
What’s on (or fresh off of) the Easel
Just getting to the messy middles of this one. It’s called ‘Namesake’ and is about where the Buffalo National River got its name. Buffalo no longer roam free anywhere in the US, let alone in the Ozarks, but they once did.
Earth tones from the Ozarks
You’ll find all of my work features earth tone colors. I use mostly pigments found right here at Wild Ozark. Most of them came from around the creek sides or along the driveway. Our property is 160 acres deep in the heart of the Ozarks of northwest Arkansas. We have a surprisingly large range of natural pigments!
If you see any paintings here you like, just email me about them if there is no link to a listing or you’d rather skip the hassle of trying to find out whether it’s for sale or not. I can have prints made of any of them. Not all of the originals are available. My email address is email@example.com.
The three latest works:
Originals and Prints for sale
I began making my paints at the end of June 2018. In July, while visiting my husband in Doha, Qatar, I painted my first painting– not only the first one using handmade paints from local pigments, but the first painting ever. I used to draw but didn’t begin painting until recently. Not all of them are listed in my online shop yet. If you see one you’d like but it’s not listed yet, feel free to email me to inquire.
Some of the framed ones:
How to Purchase
I’m always happy to bring originals out to meet up for a viewing in northwest Arkansas. Some of them may currently be hanging in exhibits. You can find all of that information in my listings at www.WildOzark.com. Or, just email me to inquire: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for taking the time to look at my work!
Madison Woods is an author, artist, and Paleo Paint maker living
with her husband in northwest Arkansas far off the beaten path. She uses Ozark pigments to create her paintings.