"Acts of Valor", Sculpture Representing Medal of Honor Recipient's Heroic Actions
Sculpture will be Auctioned at the 2017 Medal Of Honor Convention
Pueblo, Colorado, March 3, 2017 (Newswire.com) - In great respect and gratitude to Congressional Medal of Honor recipients and their brave acts of courage, internationally known representational artist, Don Woodard, has created a relief wood sculpture titled, “Acts of Valor.” This work of art will be signed by each of the recipients in attendance at the 2017 Medal of Honor Convention, and will be auctioned as a fund raiser during the Convention, September 12-16, 2017 in Pueblo, Colorado.
The scenes represented in “Acts of Valor” depict various acts taken by members of our military, for which they were awarded the Medal of Honor. These acts were selected after reviewing numerous recipient citations, and although no one person’s actions was chosen, acts that had some similarity by several recipients are represented. “Acts of Valor” was unveiled to the general public in Denver in January 2017, and after looking at the work-of-art, a number of people were brought to tears. Many veterans were very impressed and thanked Mr. Woodard for creating this relief wood sculpture. “It was an honor to do so, and it is the most detailed relief wood sculpture I have created, taking over 180 hours to complete,” said Don Woodard, artist.
"It was an honor to create the most detailed relief wood sculpture I have created yet, taking over 180 hours to complete," said Don Woodard, artist.
Don Woodard, Artist
Tickets for the Cattle Baron’s Gala/Patriot Award Dinner being held at the Medal of Honor Convention will go on sale March 1, 2017. During the Convention, there will be a free, open to the public, autograph session with all of the Medal of Honor Recipients in attendance. For more information visit http://pueblomoh2017.org/
Don Woodard is a representational artist with a unique ability to create by hand, very detailed, Relief Wood Sculptures and 3-Dimensional Paintings of scenes, landscapes, people and wildlife.
Don Woodard Artworks
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Source: Congressional Medal Of Honor Society Convention 2017