Julie Wolfe, ‘Bioscope’, 2013, Hemphill Fine Arts

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About Julie Wolfe

Painter and jewelry designer Julie Wolfe depicts the flux of the natural world through abstract symbols, painterly gestures, and patterns. Background and foreground intermix as she freely places abstract shapes and images resembling flowers, plants, and specks of light in deeply saturated fields of color. Wolfe covers topics like the human intrusion into the natural world and organic processes mutation and decay; many of her works are more purely formal experiments. She describes her practice as trying to move away from an anthropomorphic view of nature towards a more immersive and harmonious experience of its flux and transformations—one that can inspire greater ecological awareness and responsibility in its human viewers.

American, b. 1963, based in Washington, D.C.

Group Shows

2013
Heiner Contemporary, 
Farmington,
Curio: Christine Gray, Sue Johnson, Caitlin Teal Price, Olivia Rodriguez, Esther Ruiz, Julie Wolfe