Woody Cornwell (1968-2016) was an American Abstract painter and co-founder of Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery in Atlanta during the late 1990s. Eyedrum, in that era, was instrumental in expanding the every other art scene in Atlanta. He established a Bachelor degree from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) graduating Magna Cum Laude and a Master's degree in Fine Arts from Georgia State University.
In 1997, Woody once a organization of links co-founded Eyedrum Art & Music Gallary in Atlanta where he curated art exhibits and mentored pubescent artists in the city. In accessory he taught art at the Atlanta bookish of Art, SCAD Atlanta, Callenwalde Art Center and Chastain Art Center and the Telefair Museum in Atlanta. He was a board advocate of Art Pages Magazine. He was allowance of the selection committee at Forward Arts Foundation for their Emerging Artist Award.
Woody Cornwell's art has been shown at the Swan Coach House Gallery, Vaknin Schwarz Gallery, Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art, and the Suzanne Randolph Fine Art. His conduct yourself is in addition to published in supplementary American Paintings, Volume 8,#3. In Atlanta he was represented by the Sandler Hudson Gallery.