Artist: Terry Woodall
Location: Palomares House Sculpture Garden, Fallbrook Land Conservancy
“Winged Companions,” A White Cedar sculpture of a bald eagle pair by artist Terry Woodall is a collaboration between the Fallbrook Land Conservancy and the Fallbrook Art in Public Places program. It serves as a tribute to the many wildlife artists who have participated in the Fallbrook Art Center’s long-running Reflections of Nature wildlife art show in celebration of the show’s 25th anniversary.
About the Artist: "A Nature Artist can open your eyes to things you have never seen before, and to see familiar things in a way you've never done before.” Terry’s long experience practicing the technical skills of wood sculpture and studying wildlife subjects, imagination and creative thought play key roles in achieving his expressive art works.
Beginning in 2007, Woodall has achieved international recognition and numerous awards with his interpretive sculptures of wildlife interactions executed in both wood and bronze. These achievements include twice juried into the Art of Conservation Exhibition at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, New Jersey; twice juried into the Small Works Big Impressions art show of the Society of Animal Artists; juried into their 48th Annual Art and the Animal members exhibition; and work selected for the 14th annual "Art of the Animal Kingdom" exhibition of the Bennington Center of the Arts, Bennington, Vermont. Overlapping with western art, Woodall found a welcome reception at the San Dimas Western Art Exposition in San Dimas, California, which awarded him with a silver and bronze medal for sculpture. Perhaps the most pivotal experience in Woodall's career came with the Artists for Conservation Foundation Fellowship Award.
Donors: Vince Ross and Cheryl Pizzo