nancy c woodward

Nancy C. Woodward is an award winning photographic and mixed

media artist.

Her images have a way of showing us, seemingly for the first time, the

curious directions in which limbs choose to grow, reaching up towards the

sky as monuments to the wonder of nature. The use of color shifts and

contrast that diverge from their original, unedited appearance allows us

to witness the complexity and intricacy of canopies of leaves overhead,

the texture of the bark and the space in which these details exist.

Nancy is a lifelong resident of Norwalk, Connecticut and has a studio,

along with twenty-five other working artists, at Firing Circuits Studios in

Norwalk, Connecticut. She was an Artist in Residence at Silver Lake

Conference Center in Sharon, Connecticut for nine years. Nancy is a

member of the Ridgefield Guild of Artists, The Rowayton Arts Center, The

Katonah Museum Artists’ Association and the New Canaan Society of the

Arts. Ms. Woodward studied photography, encaustic painting and digital

editing at The Silvermine School of Art in New Canaan, Connecticut. She

studied privately with photographer Sandi Haber Fifield and encaustic

artists Leslie Giuliani and Nash Hyon.

Recent awards include, First prize in the 2020 Spring Juried Exhibition and

Best in Show in the 2019 Autumn Juried Exhibition both at the Rowayton

Arts Center in Norwalk, Connecticut, Best in Show, The Betty Barker Award,

in the fall 2018 Member Show at The Carriage Barn Arts Center in New

Canaan, Connecticut. 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