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Jane Woodward


Moss in the Mighty Oaks
Oil on Canvas
Size: 28x22

Jane is a native South Carolinian who has painted “as long as I can remember.”  Although she majored in Art in college, she did not finish in that major, and considers herself “self-taught.” She teaches presently in the Coastal Carolina University Continuing Ed program, as well as privately.

Jane has exhibited paintings in the “Southern Living Showcase House” at Brookgreen Gardens, the St. Francis Hospital in Greenville, SC; Clark Parker, CPA office, Myrtle Beach, painted wall murals in private homes, and the Wildlife Center at Huntington Beach State Park. A historical commission piece depicting “Conway – 1903” can be viewed in the Conway National Bank in downtown Conway, SC.
Her most recent work is presently available in the Artworks Gallery and The Applewood Gallery, both in Litchfield, SC; Collector’s Café, Myrtle Beach, SC, and The Hamlet, Charleston, SC. You may also view her work at http://www.janewoodward.com.

In 2006 Jane was privileged to show at the Jennewein and Noble Gallery at Brookgreen Gardens. Her piece entitled “Palmetto Garden” was part of the “Through the Artist’s Eyes: Views of Brookgreen” exhibition, which included the work of acclaimed national, regional and local artists.
“Palmetto Garden,” aka “Garden of the Palms,” was featured in the October 2006 issue of “South Carolina Homes and Gardens” magazine.

In 2009 she received “Honorable Mention,” and “2nd Place” in Mt. Pleasant, SC; and 1st place in an exhibit featuring South Carolina scenes in a juried show in Litchfield, SC .

Jane discovered her love for painting as a child and she has continued to expand her knowledge of both oils and acrylics, by studying under various instructors.

“I paint entirely in oils at present, ‘sculpting’ more now on canvas with cold wax and palette knife. When I finish a piece, although it may take quite some time, it is as if I hardly remember painting it. It seems to just flow from the end of the brush or knife. Painting is such fun! I love to teach as well, to watch students ‘begin to see’ as never before, to open their eyes to the colors around them, to view the world in ‘living color’ - as if for the first time. Painting is my passion, one I love to share.”
Jane Woodward

See more of Jane's Art at http://www.janewoodward.com