About the artist:
Keith Woodeson was born in Wiltshire, England in 1925 and was educated there. He came to the United States in 1954, and was associated with Hohday, Newsweek and Esquire. After experimentation Woodeson chose acrylics as his medium and he is the developer ot a very personal style based on high color and representative torm entrapped by both flowing and geometric hard line. He has exhibited many times with the Burr Artists; most recently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art this fall. He has contributed magazine articles, lectured on Modern Art and participated as a judge of various art shows. Exhibitions National Arts Club, New York City Avanti Galleries, New York City Lever House, New York City Artists & Sculptors Center, New York City Hartman Galleries, New York City Caravan House Galleries, New York City Rebekah Harkness Galleries, New York City Community Galleries, New York City Crolby Museum, Mass Goldsboro Art Center and Museum, N.C. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City Burr Artists, New York City Eleanor Gay Lee Foundation Collections New York Bank for Savings, New York City Bankers Trust Manufacturer's Hanover Trust Union Carbide, New York City International Beaux Arts, New York City British Consulate New York Infirmary, New York City Eisenhower College, N.Y. State St. George's Society, N.Y. State Daughter's of the British Empire, N.Y. State Churchill Memorial and Library.