International artist Krysia Woods has had a successful and diverse career path of Pharmacist, Businesswoman, Actress, and Television Presenter before becoming a successful artist in both Australia and the United States. While still living in Australia Krysia became the first Australian artist to be contracted by America’s largest gallery group, The Wentworth Gallery, and her art work sold throughout the United States.
After making a permanent move to the United States a number of years later, she continued exhibiting her paintings in galleries in Florida, California, and New York. Her most recent solo exhibition was held at the Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery in Chelsea, New York City.
Krysia and her artwork have graced the covers and been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers in both Australia and the United States including House and Garden, Australian Artist, New Jersey Monthly, and the Manhattan Arts International Magazine. Most recently she was featured in the National Studios magazine summer 2014 edition
She is proud to have clients in Europe,Great Britain, Asia, Australia, and the United States continue to commission her unique and colorful creations. However her masterpiece creation remains her happy life with her trophy husband, two brilliant sons, and an even smarter pedigree dog and stray cat.
Krysia is a professional speaker on how to ignite and use both sides of the brain and is currently completing her book, “Turn On Your Creative Brain.”
Lillian Augustine, United States
“Seeing all Krysia’s paintings collectively is a shock to the senses. You become a child in a candy store and you can’t decide on just one painting. Then it becomes addictive, like eating potato chips. You can’t stop with owning just one painting.”
Debbie and Randy Barker, United States
“My family owns three very different and special works of art by Krysia. All three are masterful, and her enthusiasm for her work is captured on each canvas.”
Mikael and Anna Worning, Denmark
"As a client of Krysia's, I am inspired by her artistic energy, and ability to translate her creative confidence into wonderful paintings."
Paul Jury, Hong Kong
"I have a large apartment with 180 degrees of glass overlooking Hong Kong and a masculine aesthetic in the decor. Krysia’s painting provides the perfect balance with its abundance of color providing an inviting and uplifting presence."