John W. Wood (1945 - )

John Wood's beautiful abstract imagery is the culmination of a lifetime of work in art. He began his education in Utah at Weber State University and earned a BFA degree from the University of Utah. This led to Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, and an MFA degree in painting. His long career has taken him to places from New York City to California. John now resides in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he has lived and worked for the past 15 years, with art as the central focus of his life.
John recently returned from three weeks of isolated time at The Lake, a residency at the Morris Graves Foundation, Morris Graves' final home and studio in the far north of California. He has also engaged in residencies at Long Island University, Artists-In-Education residencies in Utah, and independent mural projects in Utah, New York, Florida, and California. He was recently invited to participate on a review panel at Syracuse University School of Architecture. 
John regularly exhibits his work at galleries and museums throughout California, Utah, and Colorado.

John W. Wood
Language of Intimacy