Wood's ninety-four group shows include all twenty-one of the Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) benefit shows (1998-2017 Nicasio, 2019 Ross); ten "Marin/Scapes" exhibits supporting Buckelew Programs, twelve shows of small works at the Bolinas Museum, and six shows as a member of Baywood Artists, supporting nature-conserving organizations. Wood currently has paintings in the Marin County Civic Center's first-floor gallery group exhibit, through March 1, 2024.
His sixty-seven solo and small-group exhibits include Bolinas Museum; Jan Holloway, North Point, Bonnafont, and Bradford Smock galleries in San Francisco; Dance Palace, Toby's, Bradford, William Lester, California Collectors and Curtis galleries in Marin County; and his studio-gallery in Nicasio.
He was selected to create a four-and-a half by twenty feet, three-part canvas, Tomales Bay, for the Point Reyes Station branch of the Marin County Library, 1998-2003; a painting, Pastureland, represented John Burton's 3rd Senate District in the "Senate Art Collection 2000" at the California state capitol, Sacramento; and a landscape, California Hills, was chosen for the U.S. State Department's "Art in the Embassies" program to hang in the residence of the ambassador to Belize, 2005-2008.
His art has appeared in the periodicals West Marin Review and Bay Nature; a calendar, Plein Air Painters of California; and a book, Ranches and Rolling Hills: Art of West Marin – A Land in Trust, by Elisabeth Ptak.
Toby's Gallery, Point Reyes Station, September 2022