Drowning Creek Studio was established in 1989 by Jeff Wood as a freelance side business doing artwork for the Native pow wow scene. In 2000 the poster business became a full time job and Judy Gex was brought on board to handle sales.
Jeff and his team of collaborators and interns created collectible limited edition art prints, photography and concert & event posters for select music clients, as well as, originals and gallery work. The studio was equipped with state-of-the-art computers, screen print, and digital imaging devices, as well as good old school easels and paint taborets.
The Studio resided on Jeff's farm in the rural south, 20 miles north of Athens, Georgia in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The studio is actually housed in his Father's old slaughterhouse.
After a very successful run in the Music business, and drawing the face on many shows and festivals, the studio became a footnote in Rock and Roll History on Dec 31st, 2012. It was time for a change. Jeff started a new venture called Zen Mystic Studio
to continue his work in the music industry, as well as branch out into the transformational art movement creating art prints and live paintings. Judy is now focusing on teaching yoga at Rubber Soul Yoga
in Athens, Georgia, as well as creating pottery in her Moon Dragon Studio.
The remaining Drowning Creek poster/print archives and personal collections are being offered here to poster collectors and fans. The site will remain online to document the adventures and achievements of the partnership. To purchase Jeff's new work check out the Zen Mystic