Hal Terrance has been involved with art, theatre and jazz since the mid 1950’s. He studied in England, Japan and the U.S., working with Stöle Kyllingstad in the 60’s and Ed Dwight in the 80’s.
Hal moved to Colorado in the early 1970s to pursue a career in theatre and art. He acted, directed and designed scenery/properties and sound for most of the area theatre companies in the 70’s through the early 2000’s while pursuing his career as a sculptor.
Hal sculpted primarily in marble since 1978 but an auto accident in 1992 made it impossible to work stone. For the last 25 plus years, he has worked almost exclusively in recycled Styrofoam and lightweight spackle, saving hundreds of cubic feet of Styrofoam from landfills.
“Anything that can be recycled makes for a cleaner environment for future generations. This concept has been a driving force in my artwork.“
I still have a great amount of Styrofoam, but a workable lightweight spackle is no longer available thanks to DAP. As yet I have not decided on a new medium. When I do, results will be found here.
I would love to set up an appointment for you to view my work in person. If you are interested, please complete the contact us page.