Welcome to Paintbrush Odyssey, an art studio focused on bringing to life visually the uniqueness and beauty of God's creation. Through his imagination and creative skills, artist Rick Wooten, has developed a unique style that sets his work apart from many of his contemporaries. While detail oriented, and technically accurate in his subject matter, it's his use of rich, saturated colors and how they interact between light and shadow that make his paintings a pleasure to view. The name that was chosen to represent this art studio, Paintbrush Odyssey, is like the road map he follows. What he dreams, envisions, and creates is an odyssey, a journey of exploration, and of growth. It's our hope that each new painting will reflect that.
The Staff at Paintbrush Odyssey
A new painting, "Homeward Bound", has finally been completed. Today Rick Wooten announced that the 2nd in a series of paintings celebrating "It's a New Day" has finally finished it's part of the journey. Rick shared this about what's next. "The completion of this painting is not the end, but a new beginning for the next painting. It's one part of a story that will continue to be told visually from one painting to the next until my journey leads to the next story that needs to be shared."
Our new Online Store is in the final stages of being completed. When it's ready for business, you'll be able to purchase various sized prints, as well as Limited Edition Artist Signed Reproductions, and of course, you'll still be able to purchase the originals. You will also be able to access our store on our Facebook Business Page. If you have any thoughts or suggestions please contact us by using our Contact Page.
"My goal is to create a painting that captures the imagination. I want the viewer to enjoy the experience of exploring the world they've entered. And if my art is able to have a positive impact, where it brings a sense of peace and hope in a world so full of stress and hopelessness, then I've accomplished something worthwhile."
Rick Wooten, Paintbrush Odyssey
My two most recent paintings