Neil Woodall is a printmaker and painter who runs his own print studio at Yorkshire Artspace in Sheffield,
editioning his own etchings and woodcuts, and has been engaged to edition the work of leading printmakers.
Central to his approach to producing art is the use of resists. His experience in etching is always visible in his
painting and drawing.
Has created a number of large scale public art works in stainless steel, including
a five and a half metre high panel
commemorating the official opening of the Lowry Centre, Salford, in October 2000.