Terrence Robertson-Fall Fine Art

Passion drives us to action.  A passionate person is living life to the fullest, breaking out from the norm and doing something wonderful.  Passion overcomes.  Passion makes you care.  Dreams fuel our passions and direct our energies.  Find your dream and make it happen!

Terrence Robertson-Fall sculpts passionate characters telling rich, animated stories.  They connect us with thoughts and emotions that are important - the love of a mother for a child, a good friend who is always happy to see you, the enjoyment of life. Terrence's art uplifts, brightens, and entertains. It might bring some happiness, bring back a memory of a wonderful time that was forgotten, or lead someone to a new wonderful possibility. 

Tranquility.  Photograph by Terrence Robertson-Fall.  Dawn in Cook's Meadow, Yosemite Valley.  The soft gray mist, bold bluish granite, and rusty orange leaves paint a dreamlike setting.

This photograph was taken at dawn while the mist was forming and rising from the ground around an oak tree in Cook’s Meadow in Yosemite Valley.  The time was late October, when the leaves were a rusty orange.  Terrence really liked the softness of the mist fading up to the tangle of branches and leaves, backed by the bluish granite of massive valley walls.  Cook's Meadow Loop is an easy and accessible trail near Yosemite Village.

Surrounded by roads and trails, Cook’s Meadow is a popular spot with visitors, yet it’s wilder than it might appear. It’s never been plowed, as many other Yosemite meadows were in the 1800s. Cook's Meadow is named for John J. Cook, who owned a hotel in Yosemite Valley from 1881-87 and grazed cattle in the meadow. Domestic animals didn't get kicked out of the meadow for good until the late 1920's. Park stewardship was apparently a much more casual affair during Yosemite's early days as a national park, as evidenced not only by Cook's Meadow, but by the golf course in Wawona Meadow. 

This beautiful photograph is available in several options.

One option is a print on FujiFlex Crystal Archive.  This has outstanding image stability with the high-gloss, glass looking lifachrome finish.  It is mounted on an aluminum panel with a 5 mil laminate protective coating.  A wood frame offsets it from the wall.  Ready to be hung.

A second option is a giclee on archival paper, mounted on foam board or cardstock.   Frame in a manner of your choosing.

For more information, contact us directly at artist@TerrenceRobertsonFall.com


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