|Much of Lynda's work involves custom
creations for clients who provide photos of
their animals, etc.
You may click on these images
to be brought to pages showcasing some of
her custom work.
Welcome to the official website of
Wildwood Fine Art
Featuring the exquisite, hand painted feather art of Lynda Wood
Click on the pages above
and links here to view
examples of previous
Prints of Lynda's flat art are
available for immediate sale.
|All of Lynda's paintings are created under copyright and may not be
reproduced in any way, for any use, without her permission in writing.
This site is a work in progress. We will be adding/modifying
images and updating info as we go along.
Thank you for your patience.
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AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE
|On these pages
you'll see Lynda's work on feathers,
which are available at shows,
in her studio
and thru mail order,
along with examples of her
original flat art.
For 'ordering info' please click on the
link below or you may call or email
for availability and
Just click on these images
to view examples of Lynda's
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANY OF LYNDA'S WORK
TO PLACE AN ORDER PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL
firstname.lastname@example.org Lynda's cell phone: 715-566-4609
(Please leave message if no answer)
The studio is open!
Just call for an appointment
Wide variety of feather paintings on display/for sale.
Also, 'select' pieces of Lynda's feather art are on display/for sale
at the One 10 Gallery in Frederic, WI!
SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFO AND TO VIEW IMAGES OF LYNDA'S WORK
NOV. 1 & 2
The Big One Art & Craft Fair, 44TH Annual Christmas Show
Show Hours: Fri 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
North Dakota State Fair Center - Minot, ND
Booth #127/128 Magic Place
|This painting was a custom
order from the crew of the
Coast Guard Ship
'Ouachita' as a retirement
gift for their Chief Engineer,
Chief Dan Gray.
"The Brave Coastie of the Coast Guard Cutter Ouachita in Chattanooga Tennessee want to
wish their shipmate Chief Dan Gray, far winds and following seas as he leaves the unit as the
Chief Engineer after many years of hard work and dedication. Their Chief is an avid
outdoorsman and they wanted to give him something to commemorate all his years of Honor,
Respect and Devotion of duty while serving aboard the ship. This piece represents his Home,
family and friends that wish him the best.
|Reference photo supplied
by Coty Locklear