WHO: Nick Terrel is a third-generation master craftsman and artist who builds rustic two-dimensional sculptures, which he often photographs against the sweeping landscapes of his home in the Pacific Northwest.
WHAT: Terrel’s feed consists of his original artwork, deep-dive process photos and a trio of adorable canines. Followers will see natural tones and sharp details in his images, as well as examples of his original woodworking pieces.
WHY: You can almost feel the crisp air through Terrel’s ethereal images of his sculptures. His material of choice is reclaimed wood from centuries-old homes and buildings–materials that others might consider trash.
“To me, it’s all about capturing and sharing moments of my life. I love it when I am able to take photos that I can look back on and then remember the entire story of where the wood came from and where it ended up.”