Through photography, painting, collage and whatever else I can get my hands on, I aim to encourage curiosity, appreciation, respect and love for the quirky, and I think beautiful, aspects of our world which float around us every day all the time.
Whether it’s the patterns within a crumbling wall or the slump of a cowboy’s shoulders, I believe there is importance and beauty in the details that surround us. In slowing down and taking time to see, to enjoy and to appreciate detail, the world becomes (or remains) a new and exciting place all over again. A place well worth loving and protecting in every way we can.
It is my hope that the images I bring to the table help instill a more fervent desire to love and to protect our natural world as well as create more appreciation for the rough and tumble aspects of us humans; aspects that can be beautiful in their own colorful, wacky and original ways.
Thank you and have a wonderful day.
Ann Woodall lives and works in Austin, TX. She received a BA in Journalism/Photojournalism from University of Texas at Austin in 2001. She has been taking pictures, knitting hats, painting pictures, cutting up and putting back together fabric, paper and what have you for the better part of the last 20 years.