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Current Exhibit

Nancy Woodrow

March 11-May 11, 2024

It’s common knowledge that artist Nancy Woodrow is obsessed with folk art.  She has been doing folk art paintings for decades, ever since she went to a Grandma Moses traveling exhibition in Omaha years ago. Prior to that she did mainly “realistic art” in watercolors and oils. Seeing the carefree and whimsical art of Grandma Moses she decided from that day forward, folk art, ie “primitive” art was meant for her.

Woodrow has been named to the juried Early American Life magazine’s Directory of Traditional Crafts since 2008.  It’s like being named to the Who’s Who of Folk Art. More recently she was commissioned to do two folk art paintings for a customer who has a museum in Bonneauville, PA. Those paintings are on the covers of his books cataloging items in his museum and available on Amazon. One of the paintings she is most proud of is the American Eagle painting that she donated to Walter Reed hospital, and it hangs in the Wounded Warrior Cafe.

According to Woodrow, her paintings often tell a story of like in the old days.  Farm life, with old stone houses, barns, chickens, gardens, and more. Paying attention to detail is essential. All the paintings are housed in vintage or antique frames. All are done in oil and painted on wood. Visitors to her Glen Rock studio are welcome.

When she is not painting, Woodrow enjoys gardening, riding her horse, and going to bluegrass music shows.

Join us for an opening reception on Friday, March 22 from 6-8pm at the Out Door Country Club! This event is free and open to the public.

View and Purchase Nancy’s Work

Upcoming Out Door Country Club Exhibits

Andrew Smith

May 13 – July 6, 2024

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