"...the pastel works - they're just fantastic. And I'm afraid that they photograph very well but you don't really appreciate the difficulty of making them until you see them up close. That as you know with pastel, you have to be very very good to make it work, because it hard to correct a mistake. With oil paint it's much easier to cover over the error. But these are really really spectacular."
This chalk drawing was made of the old abandoned cemetery at the top of Hog Hollow Road in Upper Buckland
God's Quiet Acre receives glowing praise from critic...
The Pynchon Gallery Exhibition is one of the few exhibitions that featured Woodward's "Crayon Drawings." As many as 13 were reported to be exhibited and this website is not aware of any exhibit that featured more than this number. The Deerfield Academy, 1932 Exhibition featured 10 drawings.
Also we invite you to read the wonderful scrapbook story of Lucy Bridgman Merrill a previous owner of God's Quiet Acre. Click Here!