Jennifer Wolf is interested in the complex nature of relationships between a particular medium and the image it communicates. In her painting practice this has manifest through fore grounding the craft of paint making. The process of mining her own pigment sources including Iron oxides, copper oxides, calcium carbonates and Carbon has taken me to locations such as France, Peru, Brazil, North Africa and my hometown of Ventura California. The reconstitution of these site-specific minerals into a painting medium is one of the ways in which Jennifer Wolf communicates ideas about history, nature, and the craft involved in my own artistic production.
Hometown: Ventura, Ca.
2010 MFA Otis College of Art and Design
1997 B.A. Art History, U.C.L.A.
1997 University of Georgia Archaeological Field Excavation, Carthage, Tunisia.
1993 Churchill College of the Arts, Cambridge University, England.
2015 Edge Of Miscibility, William Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
2013 Landscape, William Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
2012 The Rincon Paintings, William Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
2010 A Place Without A Place, MFA Thesis Installation, Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles
2007 Bloom, Elizabeth Paige Smith, Venice CA.
2005 Ground, William Turner Gallery, Bergamot Station, Los Angeles.
2003 New Paintings, Highways Upstairs Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.
2002 Cavings, the sandbox, Venice
2001 Color and Form, the sandbox, Venice
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