Dear Friends,

Welcome to the blog for the Marcia Wood Gallery. This new blog is our way of staying in touch with you in a more personal manner than we can do on our website (though we hope you’ll visit it, too). Since the blog is new, it will surely evolve. For now, we’ve got updates on what our artists have been doing—we’re posting new information weekly—and what we’re doing as a gallery in terms of fairs and travel. Eventually we hope to include interviews with our artists, and some first-person pieces, maybe even special projects, by our artists and gallery friends.


If you’re going to be in New York at the end of the month, come by and say Hey. We’ll be at the Pulse Fair, booth #I-12.



Saturday, March 8, 2008

Timothy McDowell

Eastern Codex, 2007,  72 x 144 inches, beeswax, pigment and hide glue on panel
Solo Exhibitions 2007
Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, Idaho
Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
Group Exhibitions 2007
Luxe, Calme et Volupte, Group Exhibition, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Waxing Eloquent, Group Exhibition, The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John's Newfoundland
The Eclectic Eye, the Dan Leach Collection, The Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustics, Traveling Group Exhibition, UTSA Art Gallery, University of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio, TX
Group Exhibitions 2008 (opens Feb. 1, 2008)
It’s My Nature, Group Exhibition with Gabe Brown, Sandy Litchfield, Jackie Tileston and Laura Sharp Wilson. Curated by Lisa Hatchadoorian, Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY
Museum Collections
Public Installation and Commissions
Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong
The Muse Hotel, New York, NY
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, San Francisco, CA 
Benziger Family Winery, Imagery Winery Collection, Glen Ellen, CA
Imagery Art for Wine by Bob Nugent with Donald Kusbit, 280 pgs, 2006 Wine Appreciation Guild Publishers, San Francisco, CA.
Speaking Engagements
Panelist for “Encaustic: State of the Art," along with: Joanne Mattera, Conference Director, Barbara O'Brien, critic for Art New England, Katherine French, chief curator of the Danforth Museum, Hope Turner, owner of the Arden Gallery, Boston, and Richard Frumess, paintmaker, R&F Paints, Kingston, NY
The panel talk took place at the National Conference of Encaustic Painting at Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA

Island Planet, 2007, 72 x 96 inches, besswax, pigment and hide glue on panel

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