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Jeff Rudolph

About Jeff Rudolph

My purpose is to develop a realistic three dimensional emotion, empathy, a love, a spirit or a feeling that others can deeply connect with. I love exploring the glory of the soaring eagle, the turbulence of the bucking bronc, the tenderness of the timid cottontail, and the tragedy and nobility of mankind. My work can be found in private and many corporate locations throughout the world and at Hines Gold Smith in Jackson Wyoming, Big Horn Gallery in Cody Wyoming, at the Center of the West in Cody Wyoming, and at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Wyoming.

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Artist Statement

Life is full of parodies; Sometimes everything appears good and sometimes everything seems quite the opposite.If you survive the bad you hopefully will be better for the experience These two sculptures are both entitled “Cliffhanger. The smaller is a sketch or a study for a larger one that was adapted to and carved in stone and then cast in bronze. This piece was a new revelation to me.’CLIFFHANGER’ portrays two differing realities merging to create a drama yet untold.

Past Artwork

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