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I guess you could say that growing up here has influenced my love of the Lowcountry landscape.

Charleston native Shannon Wood grew up among the marsh grass, tidal creeks, waters and wide skies of the Lowcountry. The constantly changing light and hues of the marsh and water create an infinite supply of inspiration for artist and audience alike. Her work, focused on the marshes and waterways she still calls home, invites the viewer to revel on the possibilities that live just beyond the horizon. "My inspiration has always been from my love of the Lowcountry- I've been lucky enough to have been surrounded by its beauty since I was a child. I strive to make the viewer feel as though they are immersed in the landscape."

Shannon's work has been featured by One Kings Lane, Serena and Lily, Charleston Magazine, Williams Sonoma Home, Southern Living and HGTV among other outlets.



 "My inspiration has always been from my love of the Lowcountry. I’ve been lucky enough to have been surrounded by its beauty since I was a child. I strive to make the viewer feel as though they are immersed in the landscape."

                                                                                                                        -Shannon Wood


I am always fascinated by how much the
lowcountry landscape changes from day to day.

If I’m driving over the bridge in the morning or out in a boat on the water I mentally photograph these images. I mostly paint from memory
(although I love plein air too!) and the feeling I get from being surrounded by these beautiful, vast and ever changing landscapes. I want the
viewer to feel as though he or she is experiencing the landscape through my eyes. I try to evoke this by using color and texture. Sometimes
I’ll let the paint drip a little so that it feels like water. I always try to give the piece a sense of realness. 

An artist that I admire, Robert Ruaschenberg said “I think a picture is more like the real world when it’s made out of the real world.”
Painting a beautiful picture of a landscape is one thing but making a viewer “feel” the landscape is much harder. I strive for this in
every piece of art I create and maybe that’s why people gravitate towards it.


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