Monday, October 20, 2008


The photo at the top of this post is of the real Woodrow Struck. I remember him as a very spunky loyal friend. He gave Sue Struck many many hours of companionship and joy. He welcomed everyone that came to her house and made them feel comfortable very quickly.
This is a portrait of the late "Woody Struck". He was a fine dog that gave his keeper many hours of unbridled fun and devotion. The Santa Cruz City Art Commission commissioned a portrait that has been applied to a traffic signal control box at Laurel and Center Streets in Santa Cruz. The portrait is be Marvin Plummer - an extraordinary artist. An informal reception honoring Woodrow will take place at the the traffic box on October 25 between 3-4 p.m. Cheap champagne and water will be served. Congratulations to the artist and to Woodrow. He is immortalized on one of the busiest streets in town.


Anonymous said...

Hey Ray,
Sorry to hear about your accident.
We miss your insincere smile here at SpineOne. HaHa Don't forget about us. We wish you the best of luck in your recovery.
Peace and blessings,
Cecelia Tiemann, D.C.

Kim said...

I see this art work each day I come to work and it always makes me smile. How great that I know someone who knows the artist!

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