|Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger
|At Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger, we sell art pieces created by artist and illustrator Chris Terwilliger. We sell
include clocks, coat racks, wall plates, coasters and more. At Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger, we use the
same laser technology applied to Chris Terwilliger's artwork to create custom pieces from photographs or
artwork provided by customers. Some of these custom pieces include portraits engraved in wood, glass, metal,
tile and stone, pet pictures engraved onto urns, hunting milestones engraved onto gun stocks and much much
more. Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger has been proud to add custom awards and trophies to our catalog of
products. We have made trophies, medals, key chains and medallions for area sporting events. In addition to
traditional prizes, belt buckles and custom art pieces or individual design projects are options we offer.
Contact Chris Terwilliger with your ideas to explore the possibilities!
Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger
5667 Jackson Valley Rd
Warren Center, PA 18851
Hours: By Appointment
From Epilog Laser website:
Epilog Laser CO2 Laser Systems
The best way to describe how our lasers work is to compare the system to your printer. Using similar technology, we take
the images you typically print to paper, but instead we fire a CO2 laser beam that engraves and cuts your design on a wide
variety of materials.
•Laser: CO2 laser source, 30-120 watts
•Engraving Materials: Wood, acrylic, plastic, glass, leather, corian, fabric, coated metals, anodized aluminum, ceramics,
mylar, pressboard and more.
•Cutting Materials: Wood, acrylic, plastic, delrin, cloth, leather, melamine, paper, rubber, veneer, cork and more.
About the Laser
At Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger, we sell art pieces, home
decor, accessories and other custom items created by artist and
illustrator Chris Terwilliger.
We sell decorative and functional items printed or engraved with
artwork and illustrations as well as hand painted items and original
art works in pen and ink, pastels and more.
About the Artist, Chris Terwilliger
Chris Terwilliger was born and raised on a farm in the Town of Baldwin in Chemung County, NY. He has
travelled and lived in many places in his life. He spent time in the Air Force, stationed in Minot, ND and
working with tribal nations in western New York and north west Wisconsin. These experiences are
reflected in his Chris lives in Warren Center, PA with his wife, Liz. He has two children, Jason and
Jessica, of whom he is very proud and three wonderful grandchildren, Raven, Drake and Arya.
Chris has shown in a variety of venues, including the Rockwell Museum in Corning, NY. He illustrated the
book, "A Few More Stories," for friend and Seneca Storyteller, DuWayne Leslie Bowen. Chris continues
to produce artwork in a variety of media, though his current focus is on illustrations with nature and
native themes. Chris has enjoyed the opportunities that combining his artistic talents with the use of the
laser have created.