Art Wolff
Sculpting, Wood, and Bronze
Anyone can produce great artwork. All you need is confidence, courage and time.
Artist Biography:
Art Wolff
Growing up in a military family Art found solace in his connection with wildlife and nature wherever he happened to be at the time.

He earned a degree in Biology from George Mason University at which time he also worked at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, in the Division of Birds. Having the ability to work in one of the largest bird collections in the world cemented Art’s intrigue and appreciation of the diversity of birds. Whether it is a carving or sculpting wax for a bronze piece, he strives to replicate the wide-eyed, open-mouth smile of amazement that people get when they see the spirit of a wild animal. If their excitement leaves them with the desire to share the experience with others, then I have been successful and more importantly, our natural environment has a little more chance of being protected and preserved.

Art Wolff is self-taught by his effort to carve gifts for family and friends. After a long career with the American Cancer Society, Art returned to the Green Mountains of Vermont to get more serious about his artwork. Now as an emerging artist, he is finally getting a chance to do what he loves best… creating artwork that awakens the appreciation of wildlife in people who have forgotten the magical discoveries of their childhood.
To order or for more information, contact the artist:
To order an existing piece, commission a one of a kind piece for your home or for more information, contact the artist:
Albany, Vermont   Telephone: (802) 755-9043
Email: wolff@woodenhorsearts.com   Website: www.wildlifesculpting.com   Facebook: Wildlife.Sculpting.802
Sample Artwork (Click thumbnails to view larger images):
Male Cardinal
"Male Cardinal" 8 x 7 x 3". Basswood, $550

Winter Chickadees
"Winter Chickadees" 17 x 9 x 8" tupelo gum, $2,430.

Chickadee on Spring Lilac
"Chickadee on Spring Lilac" 14 x 7 x 6" Tupelo gum, $980.

Bobwhite Quail
"Bobwhite Quail" 12 x 6 x 5", Tupelo gum, Sold

Elf Owl

Elf Owl


$2300  


Tupelo gum painted with acrylics.


Ruby Crowned Kinglet

Ruby Crowned Kinglet


$410


Tupelo gum painted with acrylics.




Pair of Orchard Orioles with grapevines

Sold.


Tupelo gum painted with acrylics


Gray wolf head

Sold.


Tupelo gum painted with acrylics


River Otter
"River Otter" 31" x 11", Northern white Pine, $1,100, intended for wall mount.

Wall-mounted Boreal Owl

Wall-mounted Boreal Owl


$2900, carved from tuplelo gum and painted with acrylics.


Awarded third place in intermediate level, birds of prey and the Ward World Wildfowl Competition 2017


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