Artists on German TV – David Woodford

David Woodford

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My new production introducing the British artist David Woodford has been shown on German tv in English with German subtitles several times a day. It is based on the Colour in Your Life series created by Graeme Stevenson whose show starts after a 2 minute prelude in German.

David´s art training included five years of practical studies at Worthing and Leeds. Then after five years of teaching he became a mature student at the Royal Academy Schools, London.

Since 1968 David Woodford has been painting the beauty of Wales in oils available via his website.

The film shows David painting a landscape demonstrating the process from start to finish.

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In my series of films on a German tv channel I present several artists belonging to AERA the Association Embracing Realist Art. The films are being broadcast several times a month. Members have their work put in front of a wide audience. German subtitles are added where necessary to make it accessible to viewers who are less fluent in English. The productions are not only shown on the German TV channel several times over but they have also been entered into the station´s free public media library.

Furthermore Zattoo offer a live stream for subscribers in Europe. You can register for free. It will give you access to 89 tv channels. One of them is NRWision which features our AERA programmes several times a month.

If you want to contact me personally please click here.

More of my own paintings here.

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About Pat Harrison

Painting and drawing have been my passion for decades. I have attended numerous exhibitions in England and Germany. Presented with several awards for my paintings I now have one of my works on permanent display at a museum in Greater London with growing sales and commissions.
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