Arleigh Wood

“The clever and mischievous crow comes out to play my work.  The dark bird represents the urban scavenger surviving and thriving on what the city has left behind.  In the work we see the crow as a self-portrait, a depiction of a creature living in both the urban world and one wishing to fly freely in pristine nature.  It is in this place, where these two sides meet, that my artwork is born.”

Arleigh Wood studied at Concordia University in Montreal and the University of Hertfordshire in St. Albans UK, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honors. She has participated extensively in national and international group exhibitions. Her work is in numerous private and corporate collections including Grouse Mountain in Vancouver, BC and the Hilton Hotel in Charlotte North Carolina. Wood’s work has been featured many publications and TV shows including Canadian House and Home and The Designer Guys.

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