Category Archives: Wildlife Art

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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Where on Earth?! Easton, Maryland

After an hour on freeways and the long crossing over Chesapeake Bay, I find my way into the quaint line up of colonial brick and stone building defining old town –really old, established in 1711. It’s fairly easy to find … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Webcams on Wildlife

Published Sept. 8 on Stanford University’s MHAB blog site,  http://mahb.stanford.edu/blog/webcams-on-wildlife/                   Can technology help connect people and artists with the natural beauty of this world, while reducing the footprints we leave?  Artist Terry J. … Continue reading

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Best in Show, “Matters of the Heart”

A driftwood sculpture of two herons, “Matters of the Heart”, was honored with the “Best in Show” award at the 8th Annual Artists for Conservation International Exhibit of Nature Art in Vancouver, British Columbia.  Artist Terry Woodall was also presented with … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Vancouver, B.C. Art Exhibition

“Matters of the Heart”, a driftwood sculpture of herons, has been selected for the 8th Annual “Art of Conservation” art exhibition and festival that opens Thursday, September 10 at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in  downtown Vancouver, B.C., Canada.  The Artists … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Eagle Cap Wilderness

Looming up ahead of the trail like a giant puff of cotton candy was a rounded pink boulder, a boulder that was an entire mountain of the pinkest hue imaginable for a solitary peak.  Last in line in a wall … Continue reading

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Orca Fever! updates

“On the Hunt”, a myrtlewood sculpture depicting five orcas chasing seals, was awarded to Barbara Schmidt, winner of the raffle fundraiser in support of Fragile Waters.   A carved chinook salmon was also part of this fundraising event. As part of the … Continue reading

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