"Wolfe’s work is conceived by harvesting data, discarded objects and images that create a new narrative in the context of ecological environment and social / cultural evolution. She offers abstract equations, mapping patterns and geometric networks as a means to describe the workings of a given system. By engaging in this symbolic dialect of time, place, interconnectedness and memory she invites the viewer to trace their own associations and interpretations."
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BFA Painting and Art History, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, 1986 Her work is featured in institutions and collections internationally and has been reviewed in ARTnews, BBC American and Hyperallergic.
The light of the California coast influenced her early works when she lived near Los Angeles and began experimenting with different art forms. After a move to Washington, DC she has become one of the most influential and prolific artists in the area. Her career continues to blossom through participation in numerous personal exhibitions including a major retrospective at American University, Katzen Museum, DC, in 2017 with forthcoming exhibitions in 2020-2021 in Uzes and Montpellier, France and Lavia. The artist has been reviewed in ArtNews, The Washington Post and BBC World News America. Her works are collected by many private and public institutions, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, New York Public Library and US Embassies in Bulgaria, France and Ecuador.