From my latest series “Field Notes,” this minimalist landscape represents nature stripped down and uncluttered.  This painting is a segment of an implied secluded wilderness.  Its hint of light rain and layers of blended grayscale create an ethereal feeling of winter and bare trees.  I used feathered brushes, sprays and drips to give a loose organic aesthetic to the work.  

- Marion Wood


Acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Ready to hang

Signed on front and back

60" h x 20" w x 2" d
5 lbs. 5 oz.



Marion Wood
Newbury Park, California

Getting to Know Marion

Because Marion Wood does not paint in a literal form, she refers to memory, feelings, and personal experience for inspiration. She is inspired by the stillness and silence of winter, the excitement of a city, and the flowing of a river. The feelings associated with these locations are captured through abstraction, movement, and color. In her current paintings, she does not use paintbrushes; instead, she spreads, scrapes, transfers or throws paint on to the canvas. There is a dynamic energy in the way that the shapes intersect and collide; you can imagine the physicality that it requires to create each piece. Although Marion does not plan her pieces before she begins, the final result feels balanced and deliberate. Marion’s contemporary expression conveys the rich and stimulating world around her through a mix of geometric and organic forms.