Emmy and Academy Award winning artist Wesley Wofford, FNSS is an American Figurative Sculptor born in 1972. His style emphasizes the sculptor’s presence characterized by a dynamic use of form and texture. Wesley’s monuments provoke passionate responses and he is known for his intimate, emotionally charged portraits. Wofford is a Fellow and Board Member of the National Sculpture Society, an Elected Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and a Signature Member of the Portrait Society of America. His monumental installations and portraits can be found in numerous locations throughout the United States including the Nebraska State Capitol (Lincoln, NE) and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Burbank, CA). Wofford’s 9 foot Harriet Tubman Monument “The Journey to Freedom” was featured on the cover of the Fall 2020 Issue of Sculpture Review Magazine and is currently touring the country as a traveling exhibition.