Malcolm Wolff (1937- ) was vice president of CBS's magazine division until CBS sold off the magazine titles in 1985. Wolff then opted for a quieter life in North Carolina over his corporate lifestyle in Miami and built a cabin in Franklin. Ten years and one special radio advertisement later, Wolff enrolled at the Atlanta College of Art. While there, his instructor noticed an innate sculpting talent within Wolff and arranged for him to study with some of the greatest European artists in Spain. As he furthered his education and experience, Wolff began to show his work in museums across Europe and was asked to donate a piece to the Vatican's historic art collection by the Pope himself. Today, Wolff lives with his wife in Palm Coast, Florida.