Sarah Woods

Sarah Woods grew up in Wyoming, where she developed a love of wide open spaces and the wildlife that inhabit them. She has spent the past 30 years living in Westcliffe, with its scenic vistas and abundant wildlife. She attributes her crisp colors and strong lighting to her life at high altitude.

Sarah has been part of some of the nation's finest art shows: Birds in Art, National Museum of Wildlife Art's “Western Visions,” Art and the Animal Kingdom, Cheyenne Frontier Days and Arts for the Parks, where she was awarded the “Founder’s Favorite” and “Juror's Choice” Awards. Sarah has also participated in the Jackson Hole Art Auction, representing “past and present masters of the American West,” and she participated in A Timeless Legacy, “continuing the Artistic Legacy of Glacier National Park.” 

Sarah’s paintings of her life in the Wet Mountain Valley were featured in a retrospective exhibition at the A.R. Mitchell Museum. Sarah’s works have been chosen to raise funds for groups ranging from Pheasants Forever to Colorado State University. Her paintings hang in the permanent collections of the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Bennington Fine Art Museum and Environmental Defense Fund in New York. Her work also is featured in two coffee table books and two sold out edition children’s books.

Sarah has been with some of our nation’s premiere galleries – Trailside Galleries in Jackson, Wyo., and Scottsdale, Ariz., for 34 years and The Broadmoor Galleries in Colorado Springs since its inception. She has been a part of Art for the Sangres for all of its 24 years. Her husband was a founding member of the San Isabel Land Protection Trust.

SOLD

1,063.00 USD

SOLD

1,063.00 USD

Oil 12 x 24

2,551.20 USD

Oil 18 x 36

5,208.70 USD
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  • “We are situated along the Gold Belt National Scenic Byway, where several land trust organizations are involved with protection of lands. San Isabel was extremely well informed. We, and our neighbors, are very pleased with the end result, and the annual monitoring process is unobtrusive. I wish more folks would take the time to learn about the benefits San Isabel offers.”

    – Curt Sorenson, PhD, Fremont County