Woody Cornwell Art is a site dedicated to honoring the memory and artistic legacy of Woody Cornwell Jr. (1968-2016). WCA is run with care and dedication by his family. 

The purpose of the website is to offer people an opportunity to purchase  beautiful reproductions of pieces that have long since disappeared into private collections. 

Woody was a masterful artist who dedicated his life to his craft as well as promoting the art of others. He was co-founder of Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery in the late 90s in Atlanta Ga., and spent most of his remaining days promoting, and working with other artists. Not only a great artist in his own right, Woody was a man who cared deeply about the artistic community. 

The family hopes this site will give people a chance to have a "Woody" in their home. Show it off. Talk about Woody. Keep his spirit alive. Show those who never met him his beautiful works and tell them what a dynamic and energetic presence he was.

Jacksonville Fla., 2003 - New Modern Art Museum Opening

Excerpt:  "The permanent pieces now on display are interesting on their own, somewhat like a greatest hits exhibit...

The work of Atlanta artist Woody Cornwell, who attended the opening and was the hesitant subject of much picture-taking, adds a different dimension to the collective show.

His abstract, brightly colored paintings, heavy with pink, give an impression of rhythmic repetition and constrained tension. Despite the Day-Glo colors, the squiggly, hyperactive lines can look almost visceral, which compliments the main exhibit on the same floor, "Skin."

Interview with Woody - "It's Mutual" - 2013

Interview w/ Woody & Becca Cook - Sept. 2015