Showcase Gallery: Wood Sculpture by Terry Woodall

presented by: Oregon Coast Council for the Arts (OCCA)

Starts:Friday, April 05, 2013  11:00 AMEnds:Saturday, April 27, 2013  4:00 PM
Cost:

Admission to the Newport Visual Arts Center is free (donations are always welcome).

Location:

Newport Visual Arts Center

777 NW Beach Drive
Newport, OR 97365 

Directions: Google Maps and other online mapping programs can have a problem directing you to the VAC. Here are the easiest directions to follow: heading north or south on Hwy. 101, turn west on NW 3rd St. Proceed straight down the hill. At the second stop sign, turn right. One short block later, turn left under Nye Beach archway. Proceed straight to Nye Beach turnaround and parking lot. The VAC is the large blue and gray building off the turnaround. To director offices and upper parking lot: turn west of Hwy. 101 at NW 3rd St. Head down hill. At second stop sign, continue straight 1.5 blocks, with the Sylvia Beach Hotel remaining on your left. The VAC administrative offices can be accessed through the smaller, upper parking lot.

Event Description:

Oregon Coast Council for the Arts welcomes Coos County visual artist from North Bend, Terry Woodall, to the new Showcase on second floor of the Newport Visual Art Center, in a wood sculpture exhibit. View the video which accompanies his exhibit below:

Woodall has achieved international recognition and awards with his interpretive sculptures of wildlife interactions executed in both wood and bronze. He has used his wood sculpture exhibits as a springboard to express his devotion to North American wildlife.  

His work has been presented at the Department of Interior Museum in Washington DC.  He received the opportunity for artistic field study to Baikal, Russia by receiving an award from the Artists for Conservation Foundation Fellowship Award. This resulted in his being a featured solo artist showing at the Tahoe-Baikal Institute in South Lake Tahoe, California.  

Most recently, he gave lectures and demonstrations in sculpture at the Art of Conservation 2011 and 2012 exhibits and art festival in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

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