My Original Paintings using Handmade Watercolors

Most of these works are created with pigments I’ve collected from around home here in the Ozarks. Some of them may feature pigments made from purchased rocks or those collected by myself, or given to me by friends and fans from other parts of the country and world. 

As a new work is finished, I’ll add it to this page. Caption indicates availability or location if not in my possession. Here’s the latest painting. I’ll move this one down the page with the others  as I get a new one to post in this spot:

Queen of Cups. One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 9" x 7", all Ozark pigments.
One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 8″ x 10″, all Ozark pigments. $250, prints also available. Cannot deliver until after 2019 exhibitions.

Original Paintings by Madison Woods
Raptors, Other Birds, Landscape, & Fantasy

Kestrel No. 3 features all handmade watercolor paints made from local (right here at Wild Ozark) stone and clay sources.  8″ x 10″, $250 (not including frame and mat). Sold. The painting was based on a photo by Terry Stanfill, one of our local naturalist photographers. He manages and photographs the Gentry Eagle Watch. Here’s that one framed for the buyer with a custom, handmade pecan frame:

Signature Style and Colors

Working with my handmade paints are a joy, but I am restricted by the available colors especially if I’m trying to use only the local colors. For example, we don’t have blue or green rocks, clay, or soils.

So for the most part, you’ll find the palettes to be strictly earth tones. Every once in a while I’ll resort to a stone or pigment that doesn’t live here, as I did with the pelican, below.

While this restriction is sometimes frustrating, it also encourages me to produce a signature body of painting through my style and color choices, no matter what the subject may be.

Most of these works are created with pigments I’ve collected from around home here in the Ozarks. Some of them may feature pigments made from purchased rocks or those collected by myself, or given to me by friends and fans from other parts of the country and world. 

As a new work is finished, I’ll add it to this page. Caption indicates availability or location if not in my possession. Here’s the latest painting. I’ll move this one down the page with the others  as I get a new one to post in this spot:

Queen of Cups. One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 9" x 7", all Ozark pigments.
One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 8″ x 10″, all Ozark pigments. $250, prints also available. Cannot deliver until after 2019 exhibitions.

Original Paintings by Madison Woods
Raptors, Other Birds, Landscape, & Fantasy

Kestrel No. 3 features all handmade watercolor paints made from local (right here at Wild Ozark) stone and clay sources.  8″ x 10″, $250 (not including frame and mat). Sold. The painting was based on a photo by Terry Stanfill, one of our local naturalist photographers. He manages and photographs the Gentry Eagle Watch. Here’s that one framed for the buyer with a custom, handmade pecan frame:

Signature Style and Colors

Working with my handmade paints are a joy, but I am restricted by the available colors especially if I’m trying to use only the local colors. For example, we don’t have blue or green rocks, clay, or soils.

So for the most part, you’ll find the palettes to be strictly earth tones. Every once in a while I’ll resort to a stone or pigment that doesn’t live here, as I did with the pelican, below.

While this restriction is sometimes frustrating, it also encourages me to produce a signature body of painting through my style and color choices, no matter what the subject may be.

Most of these works are created with pigments I’ve collected from around home here in the Ozarks. Some of them may feature pigments made from purchased rocks or those collected by myself, or given to me by friends and fans from other parts of the country and world. 

As a new work is finished, I’ll add it to this page. Caption indicates availability or location if not in my possession. Here’s the latest painting. I’ll move this one down the page with the others  as I get a new one to post in this spot:

Queen of Cups. One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 9" x 7", all Ozark pigments.
One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 8″ x 10″, all Ozark pigments. $250, prints also available. Cannot deliver until after 2019 exhibitions.

Original Paintings by Madison Woods
Raptors, Other Birds, Landscape, & Fantasy

Kestrel No. 3 features all handmade watercolor paints made from local (right here at Wild Ozark) stone and clay sources.  8″ x 10″, $250 (not including frame and mat). Sold. The painting was based on a photo by Terry Stanfill, one of our local naturalist photographers. He manages and photographs the Gentry Eagle Watch. Here’s that one framed for the buyer with a custom, handmade pecan frame:

Signature Style and Colors

Working with my handmade paints are a joy, but I am restricted by the available colors especially if I’m trying to use only the local colors. For example, we don’t have blue or green rocks, clay, or soils.

So for the most part, you’ll find the palettes to be strictly earth tones. Every once in a while I’ll resort to a stone or pigment that doesn’t live here, as I did with the pelican, below.

While this restriction is sometimes frustrating, it also encourages me to produce a signature body of painting through my style and color choices, no matter what the subject may be.

Most of these works are created with pigments I’ve collected from around home here in the Ozarks. Some of them may feature pigments made from purchased rocks or those collected by myself, or given to me by friends and fans from other parts of the country and world. 

As a new work is finished, I’ll add it to this page. Caption indicates availability or location if not in my possession. Here’s the latest painting. I’ll move this one down the page with the others  as I get a new one to post in this spot:

Queen of Cups. One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 9" x 7", all Ozark pigments.
One of the hand-painted tarot cards in a deck currently in progress. 8″ x 10″, all Ozark pigments. $250, prints also available. Cannot deliver until after 2019 exhibitions.

Original Paintings by Madison Woods
Raptors, Other Birds, Landscape, & Fantasy

Kestrel No. 3 features all handmade watercolor paints made from local (right here at Wild Ozark) stone and clay sources.  8″ x 10″, $250 (not including frame and mat). Sold. The painting was based on a photo by Terry Stanfill, one of our local naturalist photographers. He manages and photographs the Gentry Eagle Watch. Here’s that one framed for the buyer with a custom, handmade pecan frame:

Signature Style and Colors

Working with my handmade paints are a joy, but I am restricted by the available colors especially if I’m trying to use only the local colors. For example, we don’t have blue or green rocks, clay, or soils.

So for the most part, you’ll find the palettes to be strictly earth tones. Every once in a while I’ll resort to a stone or pigment that doesn’t live here, as I did with the pelican, below.

While this restriction is sometimes frustrating, it also encourages me to produce a signature body of painting through my style and color choices, no matter what the subject may be.