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The cost of an original Woody painting will vary depending on the specific work, size, time/materials and demand. Pricing for an original 9X12 painting starts at around $7,000(USD).  An original 50X50 painting generally start at $50,000(USD) and only available directly from the artist, through the Be Sensitive Studio. Original paintings are managed by the Art Archive PlatformFeel free to contact us to discuss your requirements.

Commissioned work is priced based on the scope of the project and use of work (commercial vs residential).  In brief, pricing is predicated  on whether the artwork is an original or custom print (s).  In brief,  negotiations are confidential, prices are determined directly between the artist, the buyer and/or their authorized agents.

Woody’s signed limited edition prints are signed, certified, and labeled with the number of the print created during the run, followed by the size of the print run (max 50) as a whole. For example, the first print in a run of fifty would be marked 1/50, the last being labeled 50/50.  Woody certified limited edition prints are considered more valuable than Open Editions  and are only distributed by the Be Sensitive Studio

Remember, a Woody Limited Edition Print is certified, signed and numbered by the artist.  There are only 50 signed limited edition prints allocated to an specific painting.  Limited edition prints are generally priced at a  percent of the cost of an original painting. Generally, certified limited edition print prices are predicated on size of the work, large prints start at $5,000.00 (USD) each.

The Art Gifting Project  is made possible by the Be Sensitive Foundation and the Be Sensitive Studio. Select paintings and limited edition prints are allocated to champions of philanthropy. 

All original paintings and limited edition prints are registered with Verisart, enabling trusted transactions by giving collectors confidence in the identity of the artist and the verified history of the artwork. The Verisart certificate is a permanent digital record for the physical or digital artwork. Each certificate is linked to a provenance record which includes Woody’s name , artwork title, production date, medium, dimensions, edition (if relevant), current owner key, URL, secure QR code and a blockchain address.

Moreover, in order to ensure you of the authenticity of the work of art, we will provide you with provenance documentationProvenance is basically the list of transactions that shows how an artwork traces back to the creator — the artist. 

Currently, the average time to prepare, insure and ship an original painting is approximately 5-7 business days. Limited edition prints have a production schedule of  7-10 business days due to a higher-than-normal demand.


Woody’s paintings are compositions communicating a message to you, this is the cognitive value of his works

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"The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious - the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science."

Albert Einstein, Genius


All that I am is dedicated to the beauty found in my hopes and inspirations of my children; April and Alejandro, to you both I give all my love always. Remembered always are the best of friends, having passed on: Debra Pinnix, Robert Lessen, Percy Sutton, Adler Constants, Dwayne Griffin, Vince Pastos, George Ryder Jr.  Jay O’Connor, Josh Eikov, William (Dollar Bill) Waller. 

This website was built as a result of much inspiration and support as provided by artist, collectors, publishers, educators and some very special friends and family members. Although space would not allow honorable mention of everyone, I am compelled to recognize and share my appreciation to those mentioned in this partial list, respectfully including; Rosaline Johnson, Adrielle Roberts, Ann Reade-Moore, Ana Rita, Rhonda Woody, Valerie Coleman, Ileana Moreno, Razia Said, Ashley C. Post, Amy Wiesenthal, Kelly Cooper,  Sharon Dover, Bibi DeAngelo,  Ron Dunson, Rebecca Watkins, Morris Hayes, Anthony Coleman, Kirk Evans, Khalil Tayob, Jennifer James Pryor, Wayne Calabrese, John Rizzo, Shanga Kapharaoh, William Collum, Carl Maultsby, Kenneth Hicks, Nile Rodgers, Karen Turner, William Hobson, Stacy Maupin, Salome Yilma-Deresa, Darryl Gray, Fred Buzzelli, David Tabasky, James Warras, Dee & Eric Watkins, George & Rose Rubagumya.
Moreover, Michael Owens & Family, Rebecca Watkins & Family, Michael Biber & Family, The Maruoka Family, The Pichardo Family, The Drago Family, The Sankey Family, The Chappell Family, The Soaries Family, The Whitaker Family, The Dixon Family and The Collette Family.
Further, my sincere appreciation is given to those organizations and patrons who’s support has made my dream a reality and to those collectors who so graciously receive my gift.

“Art is life and life is sacred. I only seek to exemplify the magic inside of each of us, where our memories meet our dreams.”  James e. Woody 1988

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