Art Exhibits and Galleries
Ron Woodbury Studios is located in St. George, Utah.
Riverside Art Musem
Ron first invitation to exhibit his art was in 1999 for the "State of the Art, Green Matters" exhibit at the Division-9 Gallery in Riverside, California. Soon thereafter, he was personally invited by renowned artist Sam Haung to show his "Global Warming" piece at the La Sierra University's Brandister Gallery for the "The Art and Science of Climate Change".
In 2008 and 2009 he was slected as one of nine exhibitors of for the semi-annual ArtScape.
- Riverside Community Arts Association Fall Exhibit
- Arts Walk: Ron Woodbury Studio at Arts Life Building
- Riverside Art Museum – Off the Wall
- 2009 Artscape (Public Art – Riverside County Administration Building)
- Riverside Art Museum Member’s Exhibition
- 2008 Artscape (Public Art – Riverside County Administration Building
- CNN’s Headline News (HLN) Time Warner Cable SoCal News
- 2009 Artscape (Public Art Riverside County Administration Building)
- The Art and Science of Climate Change Brandstater Gallery, La Sierra University
- Feria De Abril 2007 Dos Lagos – Corona, California
- State of the Earth: Green Matters (Riverside Arts Council). Division 9 Gallery.
Television and Print Media
- CNN’s Headline News (HLN) / Time Warner Cable SoCal News
- Credit Union Times Magazine – executive / artist profile.
- Press Enterprise Newspaper “Artist Profile”
- The Artist Book
"Pallet" 48x60 acrylic on canvas
"Child" 16x20 Mixed Media (Sold)
"New England III" 10x30 acrylic on canvas
Please contact Ron if you are interested in viewing other works.
Contact Information and Studio Location
Ron Woodbury Studios is located in St. George, Utah. If you wish to view my art, please contact me by phone or email:
RON WOODBURY (currently residing in Saint George, Utah) is a self-taught artist working in acrylics and mixed media. Inspired by a long-lived desire to paint, coupled with the high cost of obtaining original works of art, Ron began painting in 2004 for his wife.
Within a few short years, and while mentored by national renowned artist Sam Huang, he was invited to participate in public art exhibits, and later commissioned to create individualized works of art.
Ron's primary method of art consists of acrylic on canvas and some mixed media. Currently on display is "Moore's Law", a mixed media abstract depicting the birth of the microprocessor.