Betty Woodman lived, worked, and taught in Colorado for forty years, and now divides her time between studios in New York and Antella, Italy. Her paintings and sculpture are glazed in earthenware along with un-stretched canvas and wood. She captures the trappings of a bourgeois home as splendorous perceptual experiences. She always has been inspired from domestic Roman wall paintings. Therefore she goes on elaborating sculptural objects with painted imagery, all set in to bring the outdoor and indoors merged together.