A Cherry Creek Arts Festival Booth, Inspired
Sunlit Fields by Andrew Woodward
After seeing the painting, Annie Huston says she thought of lazy summer afternoons spent under the blazing sun where only light breezes affect the dense atmosphere, a good novel or magazine to pass the time between siestas on a teak bench, refreshing bursts of dark green to break the monotony of yellow grasses burned by the heat, a cool stream somewhere to refresh the air, old barns dotting the soft hills, and the feeling that life there is a warm embrace.
“The pure lines of the landscape are retraced with the simplicity of the choice of material and colors in the display: shades of yellow with contrasting dark green, organic material from boatwood planters, to South Park willow branches, soft teak benches and a splash of water to cool down the space and offer a respite from the summer heat,” says Huston. “What better place to rest and get enchanted by the booklet mobile fluttering in the breeze?”
Inspired pieces from Birdsall & Co.'s collection .
Be sure to stop by the Colorado Homes & Lifestyles and Mountain Living tent and see the amazing designs from Birdsall & Co.
The Cherry Creek Arts Festival runs from July 6 – 8 in Cherry Creek North.
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ABOUT ANDREW WOODWARD
Andrew Woodward's cityscapes and landscapes emanate light and shadow interwoven within rhythms of color, contrast and depth. Both intimate and vast, the paintings are portraits of architecture and nature, archives in an evolving world.
The Denver native received his BA from Kenyon College, OH, 1998, before living in Boston, MA for over a decade. He returned to Denver with his wife and two children in 2012.
Woodward's paintings are currently represented by George Billis Gallery, New York, NY and Arden Gallery, Boston, MA. He won a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation in May 2015 and his works are in the collections of Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber & Schreck, Denver, CO; Cambridge Trust, Boston, MA and Cambridge, MA; Denver Grand Hyatt Hotel, Denver, CO; Farley White Interests, Boston MA; Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Carlsbad, CA; Kenyon College, Gambier OH; The Leadership Investment, Denver, CO; AMG National Trust Bank, Greenwood Village, CO; William Blair Investments, Boston, MA.