Keith Woodcock is a Fellow of the Guild of Aviation Artists, an Artist Fellow of the American Society of Aviation Artists and a full signature member of the Guild of Motoring Artists.
Having initially trained and qualified as a design engineer, he opted to fulfil his ultimate aspirations of becoming a full time professional artist in 1982 but restricted his choice of subjects to aviation and motoring. This was a deliberate decision rooted in a determination to utilise the knowledge gained during his 26 years of varied employment in the engineering industry, although his life-long enthusiasm for aircraft and cars was also a motivating factor. ...more
Since that time he has acquired an impressive reputation with solo exhibitions in both the UK and USA plus participation in regular group shows in Germany, France, Italy, Canada and the Channel Islands winning 18 awards including the premier trophies at international exhibitions on both sides of the Atlantic. ...more
He has now completed over 2000 paintings, many of which have been commissioned by, or hang in the collections of, companies, organisations and individuals worldwide, which include
Royal Automobile Club, Boeing, Royal Air Force, Norwegian Air Force, Alfa Romeo UK, Cathay Pacific AirlinesPeter Jackson, Monogram, Ford Germany, Saudi Arabian Air Force, BAE Systems, Bradford ExchangeUS Government, The IOM Post Office, West German Air Force, Lord Rotherwick, RAF Museum, Indian Air Force
He has also been profiled in many international magazines, including
Aeroplane Monthly, International Artist, Flypast, Classic and Sportscar, Auto IndiaVantage Point (AMOC US), WW1 Aero, Automotive Art (US), Automobile magazine (US)
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