Wesley's editions are released in three size categories and three medium choices to offer different price points and various finishes.  To inquire about pricing on a sculpture, please contact Odyssey at 828-226-4342 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Wofford Sculpture Studio accepts check  and Paypal payments.

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Size Categories
Collectible
Patron
Monumental

Medium Choices

Wesley’s editions are released in three medium categories to offer different price points and various finishes. There are a variety of finishing choices within each medium category that all enhance and explore the natural qualities of that medium.

Bronze

Traditional lost wax foundry casting is a timeless medium. It is of the highest quality and offered in low edition numbers with endless patina possibilities.

Bonded Bronze

This is an alternative to traditional metal casting. It is sometimes called “cold cast bronze” and is comprised of a mixture of milled bronze and an architectural resin. The look, feel, weight, and finish is similar to a traditional foundry cast at a more affordable price. It is offered in brass, copper, bronze, iron and marble and has various patina possibilities.

Hydrocal Studio Cast

Wesley has a unique affection for this medium. Until the mid-twentieth century, sculptors exhibited plaster casts. Many plaster collections as well as special order bronzes resulted from these exhibitions. Unlike today’s market, this system prevented the sculptor from shouldering the financial burden of a massive bronze inventory. Wesley also feels this edition brings the client closest to the studio experience, form presented in the raw.

The most affordable casting, this conventional gypsum product gives the look and feel of traditional plaster castings but is rated at a much higher strength. It can be directly waxed in its pristine form or rubbed and aged with a variety of products.

 

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