Author Archives: Terry J. Woodall

Where on Earth?!

At a very early hour in the rosy ambience of a half- moon dawn, I found myself alone on an empty highway and watched as the rising sun cast shadows over corrugated hills that had felt those first rays of … Continue reading

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Carved Eagles Dedication Ceremony

The Fallbrook Art Center recently concluded its landmark 25th annual “Reflections of Nature” wildlife art exhibition and combined the art show with a sculpture dedication ceremony in their nature conservancy sculpture garden.  A special dedication of a Terry Woodall sculpture … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Southern France

“My work had sold, mission accomplished, I could start for home at the end of the night.   But there were still a few things that I must do….”   continuing from previous story; The sharp, conical peaks appeared like upside down … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! London

On the longest day of the year, when the sun kept its northerly sweep across the horizon unchanged, the window seat at forty thousand feet fronted a blazing sky scape.  Greenland ice bergs dotted the sea far below as that … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! These Birds Can Fly

  Bronze editions of the driftwood heron pair titled “Matters of the Heart” were recently selected for two international art exhibitions, one in London, England, and one in Qingdao, China. The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation selected “Matters of the Heart” … Continue reading

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Following the Song of the Seal

An Artistic Field Study of the Hawaiian Monk Seal Purpose of study:  to observe and photograph the rare monk seals in their natural habitat and create art from the study to help promote awareness of this endangered species.   In … Continue reading

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What on Earth?! Dog with the Heart Shaped Patch

My dog died; last May, when the flowers surrounding the yard where he had played reached for the sky, a full twelve foot wall of vibrant blossoms; rhododendrons exploding in deep purples, soft pinks, pure white and brilliant magenta. Having … Continue reading

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