Damian Woodford

Portfolio

Location: London
Website: http://www.damianwoodford.com/
Bio:

I was born in Beverley, East Yorkshire and graduated from Lancaster University with a degree in English Literature. I have exhibited my work professionally throughout England since completing my Master of Arts in Painting at York University, organising exhibitions in public and commercial galleries.

My career as an arts administrator has included managing community arts projects, exhibition spaces and craft workshops. I have invaluable experience working for Crescent Arts and Henshaws Arts & Crafts Centre where I acted as a facilitator forging partnerships with community groups, arts organisations and local businesses through the promotion of art therapy, exhibitions and artist workshops.

My achievements include exhibiting at the Agora Gallery, New York, working with the British Red Cross on their fundraising initiative 'Art for Humanity' and being shortlisted for the Higgins Homes Public Art Award.

Exhibitions:

2014

Art for Life, Japan Embassy, London

2008

New Blood Art, The Light Box, Chiswick, London
Art at Cass, Cass Business School, London

2007

Islington Contemporary Art & Design Fair, Candid Arts Trust, London
Celebrate With Enterprise Open Day, Suffolk Enterprise Centre, Ipswich
Suffolk Open Studios, Felixstowe
Stowaway Health, Stowhealth, Stowmarket
Suffolk Open Studios Showcase, Blackthorpe Barn, Bury St. Edmunds
Transforming Elements, Chives Montessori School, Ipswich

2006

Vivid, Reunion Gallery, Felixstowe
Summer Exhibition, Romany Studio, Tunstall
Suffolk Showcase, Bury St. Edmunds Art Gallery
Suffolk Open Studios, Felixstowe
Suffolk Open Studios Showcase, Blackthorpe Barn, Bury St. Edmunds

2005
Art for Humanity Gala Dinner & Auction, Plaisterers Hall, London
Art for Humanity, German Embassy, London
Summer Exhibition, Serena Hall Gallery, Southwold
Reasons to Love the Earth, Utrecht, Holland

2004

Winter Exhibition, A Gallery, Wimbledon, London
Festival of Entertainment & Visual Arts, The Boat House, Knaresborough
Emphatic Abstraction, Agora Gallery, New York