Nancy C. Woodward is an award winning photographic and mixed media artist.
Her shadow portraits, colorful trees and ethereal landscapes depict unique views of the natural
world. Nancy photographs moments when the natural world appears changed. She experiments
with different color palettes, papers, fibers, mediums and surfaces to bring new realms into
A lifelong resident of Norwalk, Nancy and has a studio, along with twenty other working artists,
at Firing Circuits Artist Studios in Norwalk, Connecticut. She was an Artist in Residence at Silver
Lake Conference Center in Sharon, Connecticut for ten years. She is a member of the
Ridgefield Guild of Artists, The Katonah Museum Artists’ Association, The Surface Design
Association and the New Canaan Society of the Arts. Her artwork is in many private and public
Nancy C. Woodward has a BA in Psychology from Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New
Hampshire. She studied photography, encaustic painting and digital editing at The Silvermine
School of Art in New Canaan, Ct. She studied privately with photographer Sandi Haber Fifield
and encaustic artists Leslie Giuliani and Nash Hyon.
Recent awards include, Best in Show, the Betty Barker Award, in the fall 2018 Member Show at
The Carriage Barn Arts Center as well as being named one of 9 Artists to Watch by juror Hilary
Lewis, Spectrum, Annual Contemporary Art Show, Carriage Barn Arts Center, New Canaan, CT
Ms. Woodward was the featured artist in the 2018 spring edition of The Wayfarer Magazine.
The article is titled, Reimagining the Possible with Artist Nancy C Woodward. The interview
details finding inspiration among the trees, the challenge of living an artist’s life and the
importance of following one’s passion.