. Let There Be Pictures - Zara Wood a.k.a Woody

Zara Wood a.k.a Woody

Let There Be Pictures

Let There Be Pictures

Arts Charity City Reads commissioned Woody to curate and design an exhibition for part of their annual event - a city wide reading club in Brighton.

City Reads wanted to hold an exhibition and public workshop linked to their choosen book of 2016, 'The Good Son' by Paul McVeigh.

Woody designed a family tree for workshop participants to add their draw characters from 'The Good Son'. As well as designing the space, Woody also brought together commission work from well-known illustrators locally-based in Brighton; including Chris Riddell, Graham Carter, Jessica Ahlberg, Will Scobie, Jake Spicer and Adam Stower.

Studio

The Studio

creative direction + illustration
face-to-face + online event design + curation

Get in touch about a new project: creative@zarawood.com 

Woody's Studio collaborates on a diverse mix of creative projects, from super graphics that adorn hospital walls to creating sell-out fashion collections.  The studio also curates and delivers online events for the education and arts sectors.

Woody, also known as Zara Wood, creates, curates and educates.
A co-founder of The Enquiry Desk project and Brighton's PechaKucha producer for  for several years, she is a senior illustration lecturer and part of the International Association of Illustration Academics forum.  

 

Shop

One-off artworks to buy online

Coming soon...

 Original artwork by Woody, including the lastest Little Treasures
(original miniatures framed in vintage jewellery)

Rest assured that the highest standards of hygiene, are being carried out when your online orders are packed. 

Workshops

Sociable Woody

 

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