Digital artist Chris Woodward


Devil’s Head, Alberta, a prominent landmark on the eastern slope of the Canadian Rockies. All rights reserved.
Devil’s Head, Alberta, a prominent landmark on the eastern slope of the Canadian Rockies. All rights reserved.

Chris Woodward is a British-born first-generation Canadian who uses digital media to create original artwork inspired by nature. The majority of his work showcases the brilliance of western Canada, but he has pieces which draw from his travels in Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and South America as well.


Mount Brewer, British Columbia, a prominent peak in the Purcell range of the Canadian Rockies. All rights reserved.
Mount Brewer, British Columbia, a prominent peak in the Purcell range of the Canadian Rockies. All rights reserved.

I often work from reference photographs taken over the past 40 years to create western Canadian scenes. Inspired by other artists (the Group of Seven’s Lawren Harris, in particular), I usually complete the art in a stylized fashion making use of geometric shapes and saturated colours. My aim is to produce interesting patterns and recognizable landscapes while staying within a unified theme.


Mount Robson, British Columbia, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. All rights reserved.
Mount Robson, British Columbia, the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies. All rights reserved.

More info:

Behance: https://www.behance.net/chriswoodwardhome

Myportfolio: https://chriswoodwardhome.myportfolio.com/

Picfair: https://chriswoodwardart.picfair.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chriswoodwardhome/

and for sale of art:

https://society6.com/chriswoodwardart