Jood Gough

I am a Shropshire-born artist, but spent most of my adult life in Liverpool, living and working within the community arts scene. Having been away from Shropshire since I was 7 or 8 years old, I finally returned to live in Oswestry in 1998.

My work is usually landscape-based – fairly abstracted, and more and more incorporating the human figure. I make relief and intaglio prints, often combined, as well as using other techniques to produce quite complex images. When I paint I use acrylic and oil in various forms, and sometimes other mediums.

Recently I have started to explore 3D, with my first 3D show – an installation about landscape and the human figure – being in February 2012 at the Screamin’ Chicken Gallery. The pieces were made of clay (mostly) along with shell, bone, wood, ink, graphite, oils and chalk.

I garden – very important.

I am a member of ART SHED along with Janie Mcleod and Bob Knowles, and the Oswestry-based Borderland Visual Arts group.

I also teach life drawing and abstract art courses on a regular basis via the Worker’s Educational Association (W.E.A.), in Chester, plus on-going courses and one-off workshops to arts societies and clubs, and to community groups. These are usually in the North West and around the Wirral. In addition I am happy to consider private tuition in a variety of subjects.

I occasionally do work on a commission basis. If you’re interested, please talk to me.


2 Responses to Jood Gough

  1. sarah barber says:

    Hi I have been life modelling for 12 years in the cambridgeshire area, i have now moved to four crosses just inside powys and am looking for work, if you are able to help with my search i would be most grateful!!!! best wishes Sarah

    • Jood Gough says:

      Hello Sarah, We run life drawing sessions in Oswestry in Bob’s Studio, Cambrian Buildings, (ie the same building as the Screamin Chicken Gallery) on Thursday evenings, 6.45-8.45pm. The fee for the model is £25 per session, plus tea/coffee, and biscuits, and I’m always happy to give new people a session to see if we like each other and can work together. Is Oswestry ok for you? Let me know on
      Best wishes
      Jood Gough

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