“This accomplished artist extraordinaire, noted for his imaginative
and expressive ceramic sculptures, makes his art in a space just as
interesting as the work he creates,” says Esther Jacobsen Bates,
Elverhøj Executive Director.
"His art studio occupies a large renovated barn on a ranch property west of Buellton that is part of the 15,500-acre land grant given to Corporal Francisco Cota in the mid-19th century. Outside the studio, grapevines bear fruit nearly ready for harvest and ceramic pieces line the walkway." Esther Jacobsen Bates. A fascinating interview with Wesley in Beautiful Bizarre magazine.