Western Bronze Sculpture,
by Renowned Western Artist
Jeff Wolf, Entitled "Scent of A Woman", Cast to Order, Limited Edition, 1 of 20.
#1007 Description: “Working as a ranch manager of a 560,000 acre ranch in NW Colorado, I had the opportunity to see thousands of elk. Their bugling during the rut would keep me awake at night. “The Scent of a Woman” depicts a scene I witnessed while gathering cattle. I watched this Bull Elk sniffing the wind in search of a harem. Here as well in most of my works I used negative to compliment mirroring images. The negative space between the neck antlers and tree stump create a beautiful reflective mirror image, same with the space under the belly.
(Note: 8 to 10 weeks delivery)
Dimensions: 20.11"L x 10" H x 8" W, approximately 12 pounds
Condition: Cast to Order Limited Edition , 1 of 20 pieces, On all precast orders we ask for a deposit of 75%, this covers the molds and first casting. Precast orders are purchased before the sculpture has been molded and cast in bronze. This feature allows the client to get in on the ground floor of early edition numbers while saving a considerable amount over retail. Once the work is cast in bronze and is on the retail market the price does not decrease. On orders that need to be cast we require a 50% deposit with the remainder due upon completion of the piece. Shipping and insurance are the reprehensibility of the purchaser. Delivery is usually 8-10 weeks from time of order.
Provenance: Jeff Wolf.
Biography of Jeff Wolf and Achievements Follow:
Persistence makes perfect: The trail to the top of the Western Art world is steep and narrow. It is littered with obstacles, beset with sheer drop-offs, and hindered by unexpected twists and turns. Sculptor Jeff Wolf has ridden that trail for more than twenty-five years and reached heights few artists attain. Along the way he has placed bronzes in prominent museums and permanent exhibits, in prestigious private collections, and on display in public venues. He has been bestowed with honors and awards, recognized in juried competitions, and called upon to teach and demonstrate.