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Frank Woods is a painter who was born in Vancouver, BC, and grew up in Montreal. He attended McGill University, where he earned a BA in Economics and Political Science, and Simmons College, in Boston, where he earned an MSLS. While living in Boston, he attended drawing classes taught by Bill Flynn in the evening division of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. He moved from Boston to Moscow, VT in 1975, and then to Montpelier in 1980. Until his recent retirement, Woods worked for the Vermont Department of Libraries, where he served as the film librarian and later as the director of the Talking Book Library for the Blind. Currently, he works as an occasional substitute at the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Much of his time is spent painting and drawing. Best known for his landscapes and Adirondack chairs, he has a long-standing and continuing interest in the figure and in abstraction.

Woods has shown his work widely in Central Vermont and in the Burlington area. His paintings are held in private collections in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Boston, New York, the Washington, DC area, and London. 


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