| Since selling out of her print in 1988 Sarah Woods' career has enjoyed a growing succees. Of her twenty-one releases, eleven have sold out. She has been called "one of the most promising young wildlife artists in the |
country" by Stephen Doherty, editor of American Artist.
Tucked away high in the mountains of southern Colorado, Sarah lives with her two daughters Lauren and Madeleine and her husband Randy. Their home lies in one of Colorado's richest and most diverse wildlife areas for elk, deer, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and black bear. Another benefit of her mountain home is its close proximity to Mission: Wolf, a captive wolf educational sanctuary in a remote part of the wet mountains, where she serves the Board of Directors.
Sarah's art is included in the permenant collection of Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Bennington Center for the Arts, environmental Defense Fund, Anheuser Bush and Redmond Hair Care, Inc. Sarah has participated in "Arts for the Parks", "Birds in Art", "Wildlife : The Artist's View", National Wildlife Art Museums's "Western Visions", "Art for the Sangres", and Cheyenne Frontier Days Art Show and Sale. Sarah was awarded Arts for the Parks "Founder's Favorite Award 1995, and "Jurors Choice Award" 1996. Featured in American artist , Art of the West and Wildlife Art. Cover art for Whiteales, Waterfowl USA. Winner of the 1994 Colorado Duck stamp competition. Chosen to create fund rasing prints for Pheasants Forever, National Park Foundation, Colorado and Wyoming Wildlife Federations, Ducks unlimited and Colordo State University. Commisioned by Converstion Treaty Support Fund and Envirionment Support Fund. Illustrator of Rocky Mountain Rabbit and Beneath the Mask. Sarah's art work can be seen on collector's plates, posters, cards and calender.