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Our Champions - Sculpture by Jeff Wolf

Announcing 2013 Sculpting Workshops

From Mere Depiction To A Work Of Art Hosted by the Western Art Rodeo Association – Dedicated to the Promotion of Quality Art Workshops taught by Jeff Wolf – Master Instructor Whether you are a seasoned professional or in the beginning phases of your sculpting career, this four day course is designed to enhance any sculptor’s ability and […]

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Western Sculptor Jeff Wolf Sculpting at the Pendleton Round Up

Pendleton Round Up 2011 features Western Artists

For the last 102 years (yes – that’s over 100 years!), the city of Pendleton, Oregon hosts the Pendleton Round Up. Cowboys and Cowgirls come from around the world to enjoy the western festivities which include rodeos, races, a parade and more.  Not to be overlooked is the opportunity to enjoy and experience Western Art. […]

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The-Art-of-Rodeo-with Jeff Wolf

Western Art Rodeo featured in Rodeo News

The Art of Rodeo with Jeff Wolf as seen in Rodeo News.     To read the full article, visit Page 76 of Rodeo News. Information on the Next Western Art Rodeo Next Event – Western Art Fall Shootout at Heber City Cowboy Poetry – Heber City, Utah – November 3-5, 2011 Information for Artists Entry […]

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The Surround - Western Art Sculpture by Jeff Wolf

The Surround

“The Surround” – Western Art Sculpture by Jeff Wolf Praised as possibly the best Western Art Sculpture ever created, “The Surround” is an amazing western art sculpture by Jeff Wolf depicting how Native American kept bison circling while they were hunted. As you can see by the date in the video, this Western Art Masterpiece […]

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Jeff Wolf - Western Bronze Sculptor

Memorial Sculpture by Jeff Wolf for Huntsville, Utah

“Unspoken Honor” Recently, the nationally and internationally renowned sculptor, Jeff Wolf was commissioned to create a memorial sculpture for the town of Huntsville, Utah. The piece is to depict a Calvary horse in full campaign gear that would demonstrate a sense of honor, valor, integrity, bravery and, the loss of our fallen cavalrymen and soldiers […]

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