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The Artist
As a professional artist for 20 years, Keith Woodcock has earned an enviable reputation for his atmospheric portrayals of aircraft and motoring subjects, winning many awards on both sides of the Atlantic, including:-

Par Excellence Award at Oshkosh
Aviation Painting of the Year Award at the Annual Guild of Aviation Artists Exhibition in London
Wilkinson Sword Trophy for the best oil painting at the same exhibition 2 years later
Founders Award at the American Society of Aviation Artists Forum
James V Roy Award for the best painting in the ASAA International Aviation Art Exhibition in Kansas
Award of Merit at the ASAA exhibition a year later
Commendation at the 2000 Guild of Aviation Artists Exhibition in London


His early work concentrated on magazine illustrations/book covers, and although he still undertakes this work from time to time, the vast majority of his current paintings are now specially commissioned by Service Organisations and private or corporate clients worldwide. Paintings now hang in permanent collections in the USA, Canada, Italy, Australia, Hong Kong, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, France, Holland, Belgium, South Africa, Norway and the UK. Many of his aviation paintings are reproduced as limited edition, pilot signed prints, whilst other examples can be seen on ceramic collectables. His motoring subjects have also been reproduced as limited edition, driver signed prints.

Articles featuring Keith Woodcock and his work have appeared in International Artist, Automobile, Aeroplane, Combat Aircraft, Classic and Sportscar, Auto India and Flypast amongst many others.

A former Chairman of the Guild of aviation Artists, he also gives illustration lectures, critiques and workshops, not only on his speciality subjects, but on art in general.

He is a full member of both Guild of Aviation Artists and the Guild of Motoring Artists and a Fellow of The American Society of Aviation Artists.
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