Woods, though an architect, has been an architectural renderer (with Ronald P. Schatz and others) for many years
and a graphic artist for the last few years (with his
brother Gregg Woods). During the last year, he has begun
intensively creating fine art by hand, with the computer
and with various printing processes.
He has also started
painting with oils and acrylics. His artwork is receiving
good early reviews and support from some noted artists and
gallery owners, and his first shows have been planned. He
has already created more than 1,500 works of art.
Woods' artwork is
metaphysical and archetypal in mood, and is
even architectural at times. More than one artist
has noticed a similar feeling in Woods' work to that of
the great Paul Klee, whom Woods greatly admires.
Noted “RAW” Artist David
Tinsley said of Woods, “Charles is so fast that the
computer can [hardly] keep up with him . . . his best
work is as good as anything I’ve seen in New York .
. . brilliant!”
Below are some samples.
Though Woods hopes his architectural clients will like his
art, it is not, of course, necessary for them to
purchase or use this art when doing architectural projects
Feel free to write to Woods
for a brochure on his artwork, which sells for $500 to
$10,000 a piece.
*For details on
displayed art regarding sizes, materials and prices,