ART SHOWS AND EXHIBITIONS
New York, NY, Featured Artist, Manhattan Arts International, 2019
San Antonio, Texas, Society of Animal Artists Art Exhibition, Briscoe Museum of Western Art, 2019
Fallbrook, California, continuous showings in the annual Reflections of Nature art exhibition, 2003 through 2019, 2021. Sculpture dedication ceremony of a permanent installation by Terry Woodall took place in their nature conservancy sculpture garden as part of the 25th annual exhibition, 2018.
London, England—David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation, Wildlife Artist of the Year competition and exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, 2017
Qingdao, China—International exhibit at Qingdao Lan Wan Art Gallery, Qingdao, China, sponsored by the Artists for Conservation Foundation. 2017
Chicago, Illinois— “Breaching Lolita”, sculpture of an orca, is featured at the 2nd Annual Spring Fling, a fundraising banquet and film screening of Orca Network’s “Fragile Waters”. 2015
Miami, Florida—“Endangered: Art for Apes” selected two wall hanging wood images for their December Art Basel exhibition in the Wynwood Arts District, 2013. The following summer showing of the works included Terry as a featured artist. A heron sculpture was selected for the 2014 December exhibition.
Society of Animal Artists– “Baikal Curl”, bronze sculpture of a freshwater seal, is selected for the 53rd Annual Art and the Animal Exhibition in Bennington, Vermont. 2013
Society of Animal Artists—Bronze sculpture “Matters of the Heart” selected for the 59th annual exhibition in San Antonio, Texas, 2019. “Humpback Emerging” featured in the 62nd annual exhibition in Redding, California, 2022.
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana– 26th International Exhibition on Animals in Art included “Deadlock” by Terry Woodall. 2013
Newport Visual Arts Center, Newport, Oregon–The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts selected Terry Woodall for a month long exhibition of his wildlife and sea life sculpture as part of their Visual Artists Showcase program. A video of the artist at work was shown for the duration of the exhibit and will become part of the Coastal Oregon Visual Artist Archive. 2013
Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, Vermont— Art of the Animal Kingdom XIV and XVI. Purchase Award for Terry’s “Orcas! Orcas!” at the Art of the Animal Kingdom XVI.
Vancouver, B.C., Canada – Fourth Annual “Art of Conservation” exhibition, 2011. Terry’s work selected for the exhibition, and Terry was included in the programs as a guest lecturer. Fifth Annual “Art of Conservation” exhibition in 2012 included two sculptures by Terry, along with live demonstrations of his work and a lecture/video clip on his artistic field study to Lake Baikal, Russia, and his art works resulting from the expedition. Terry’s work exhibited in shows from 2008 through 2021.
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida– “Watersports”, a sculpture of sea lions was included in the 2013 AFC exhibit and was part of the touring exhibit to Nova Southeastern University.
South Lake Tahoe, California – solo exhibit as the featured artist for the 20th annual Tahoe-Baikal Institute fundraising event, 2010.
Wildlife Experience Museum, Parker, Colorado— Society of Animal Artists “Small Works, Big Impressions” art exhibits; Terry’s work included in three annual shows beginning in 2007.
Irkutsk Nature Museum, Irkutsk, Russia– Solo exhibition titled “Gift to Lake Baikal”, 2008.
Department of Interior Museum, Washington, DC–work selected for the “Endangered Species, Flora and Fauna in Peril” art exhibition and national tour sponsored by the Wildling Art Museum, Los Olivios, CA. 2008
Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, New Jersey– work selected for “The Art of Conservation” exhibition 2008 and 2009, presented by the Artists for Conservation and included a slide show presentation on Terry’s AFC Flag Expedition at the 2009 show opening.
Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin– work selected for the Society of Animal Artists 48th “Art and the Animal” exhibition, 2008.
Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, Oregon– three sculptures selected for the 15th annual Maritime Art Exhibit, one in the 16th annual, 17th annual, and 19th annual in 2012, and additional exhibitions through 2018, including 2021 and 2022. Two sculptures selected for the “Fish and Fishing Art” exhibition, 2011. Works exhibited in the Wood Art Invitational, 2011, and an honorable mention award for “All Things Salmon” in 2017.
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon– Western Rivers Conservancy selected Terry Woodall to decorate a 5′ fiberglass Salmon with his myrtlewood artwork. The 18 salmon by different artists adorned downtown Portland through a summer and were auctioned at an October gala at the Portland Art Museum to support salmon restoration efforts. Terry’s “Myrtlewood Migration” was purchased by Portland General Electric for permanent display in the Portland World Trade Center. 2007
Oregon State Capitol, Salem, Oregon–“Seeing the Forest: Supporting the American Dream”, Oregon State University statewide art show, including one month in the Oregon State Capitol Building, 2002.
HONORS AND AWARDS
2018 Sculpture purchase award and permanent installation in sculpture garden, Fallbrook Art Center, Fallbrook, California.
2016 “Best in Show” award, and Medal of Excellence award, Art of Conservation International Exhibition, Vancouver, Canada, Artists for Conservation Foundation.
2011 Bennington Center for the Arts Purchase Award, Art and the Animal Kingdom XVI, Bennington, Vermont.
2008 Artist Fellowship awarded by the Artists for Conservation Foundation, for the 7th Flag Expedition and artistic field studies on Lake Baikal, Russia.
2008 Honored 3-D Artists Award, 26th annual Wildlife Art Festival, San Bernardino County Museum, San Bernardino, California.
2008 “Best in Show” award, 5th annual Marine Wildlife Art Exhibitiion, Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, California.
2007 Silver Medal Award for Sculpture, San Dimas Western Art Exposition, San Dimas, California, and Bronze Medal Award at 2005 exposition.