J E F F R E Y   R U D O L P H

"My love of sculpture began in my Dad's carpentry shop. Experiencing the beauty of wood and creating in this natural material eventually became prerequisite to carving stone. I've always been attracted to the artist who has the ability to make natural materials come alive with hammer and chisel. Uncovering what has always been inside is the challenge that moves me step-by-step to the ultimate purpose of evoking through sculpture an emotion or spirit that others can relate to."

"Although stone is my first love, I also enjoy sculpting in bronze, wood and terra cotta."

Jeff began college as a music major, but received a Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University after finding that his true devotion was to art. The work of Jeffrey B. Rudolph can be seen in numerous collections, including the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and various galleries throughout the United States. Jeff was born in Cody, Wyoming in 1956 and currently resides here in Cody.

Wild West Chest Set


(Edition of 10)


William F. Cody Visionsary


(Edition of 50)

14"h x 12"w x 6"d


Persistance Pays Off


(Edition of 25)

16.5"h x 25"w x 21"d





The Old Timer

9"h x 13"w x 8"d



On Golden Pond
Bronze (Edition of 100)
3.5"h x 7"w x 5.5"d

Additional work by Jeff Rudolph.

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