John Elsebusch launched his artistic career in the early 1990s as one of the principal sculptors who created a full-sized Bat Plane for the Warner Brothers Studio Store in New York City. This dynamic duo also sculpted four floats for Walt Disney's Electric Light Parade, and a 6-story tall, 21-inch deep relief sculpture of the New York City skyline.
John soon discovered his passion for nature. Many of John's commissioned projects feature wildlife. His portfolio includes twenty full-size animal sculptures for The Golf Resort at Indian Wells, a 60-foot long scenic mural enveloping the South Coast Winery tasting roon in Temecula, lifelike animal murals found throughout Tipp Hendren's Shambaia Preserve, and dozens of intricately detailed and elegantly finished animal sculptures for fine art collectors.
John's supurb craftsmanship has been featured in regional newspapers, national magazine articles, and on television. He currently resides in Hemet, California, and his creations are often on display for sale in galleries and at local events.
John has immersed himself in his wildlife sculptures, even to a state of perfection. Each unflawed wood sculpture has been sold out of upscale galleries in California. John has proven that each one of his sulptures are truly one of a kind and that the difference is in the eyes and details. Please see for yourself in the magnificent artwork that John has created.