Carlyle Wolfe

Artwork

Irises, 2019
Carlyle Wolfe

Irises, 2019

oil on panel

48 x 60 in

$6,000.00

Daffodils (diptych), 2016
Carlyle Wolfe

Daffodils (diptych), 2016

oil on panel

48 x 72 in

$6,000.00

July Morning - Brightening
Carlyle Wolfe

July Morning - Brightening

oil on panel

48 x 84 in

$7,000.00

Dried Grass I, 2018
Carlyle Wolfe

Dried Grass I, 2018

graphite on BFK paper

30 x 22 in

$1,200.00

June, 2019
Carlyle Wolfe

June, 2019

oil on panel

48 x 48 in

$5,000.00

Magnolias (diptych), 2016
Carlyle Wolfe

Magnolias (diptych), 2016

oil on panel

48 x 120 in

$9,000.00

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Carlyle Wolfe
Carlyle Wolfe’s paintings & works on paper are about an awareness of the natural world—becoming progressively, cyclically more present to its rhythms, gaining deeper understanding of its design, & acquiring direct experiential knowledge of its mysterious beauty. For the last 15 years, Wolfe has been making contour line drawings of plants form observation. From her drawings, she isolates silhouettes into paper stencils which she uses to create oil paintings & works on paper – or cut out of metal to make sculptures. Her work is cumulative in nature – gradually marking time & seasonal change, unity & variety, individual & collective beauty. Wolfe grew up in Canton, Mississippi, & earned a BFA in painting from the University of Mississippi & an MFA in painting & drawing from Louisiana State University. She has also studied in Cortona, Italy, & at the University of Georgia. Wolfe has exhibited work throughout the South, including the Dixon Gallery & Gardens, David Lusk Gallery in Memphis & in Nashville, the Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center, the University of Charleston, the Shaw Center for the Arts, the Mississippi Museum of Art, the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, the University of Mississippi Museum, & Arkansas Arts Center. Her work was recently selected for the Art in Embassies Program at the US Embassy in Maputo, Mozambique. Wolfe is the recipient of three Mississippi Arts Commission Visual Arts Fellowships (2005, 2010, 2015) & two Mississippi Institute of Arts & Letters Visual Arts Awards (2008, 2017). She lives in Oxford, works in her studio beside her home, & until recently taught part time at the University of Mississippi.
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