Hadani Woodruff began her artistic journey by depicting landscape scenes of Banks Peninsula in Canterbury and portraits of people. These very accomplished works represent her subject matter truthfully, with attention to detail through close observation.
Sometimes quite large in scale, she mainly uses oils and acrylic paint.
Hadani is not afraid to experiment with subject matter. In addition to her realistic style, she also enjoys making abstract paintings. She draws on her skills in computer software for her artwork.
Hadani’s artistic influences include New Zealand artists C. F. Goldie and Grahame Sydney, and pop artist Andy Warhol.