Born in 1948 in Oxfordshire (UK), lives and works in London
He emerged in the late 70’s together with fellow artists Richard Deacon and Tony Cragg.
Woodrow’s works often feature a narrative element and stories remain an important element of his sculptures.
A recurrent theme in his work is the destruction of the planet and the insistant strength of nature over man.
His work has been exhibited in the best museums in London and most recently in a retrospective at the Royal Academy in 2012.
This silver and gold necklace, “Double Canoe“, dates from 2012 and was produced in a small edition with Louisa Guinness Gallery.
Double Canoe, 2012
Necklace – Silver, blackened silver and gold, 23 x 13.5 x 3 cm
Edition of 8
Coll. Diane Venet