November 7 – 30, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, November 7, 6-9pm
Artists’ Talk: Saturday, November 8, 2-4pm
jodi, Symphony, mixed media on panel, 47"x80"
The paintings and sculpture in this show were born of the sophistication, simplicity and elegance of two artists whose work needs no message. For jodi and for Paul Martin Wolff, who came to art later in life, form and texture reign. And, in this exhibition, the ying and yang of their work is harmonious: black and white, smooth and textured, opaque and luminous.
For jodi, creating textured surfaces with environmentally safe materials is a noble pursuit and for Wolff, it’s all about delving into the medium he uses. When not making art, Wolff enjoys the challenges of life as a successful attorney, and jodi gives seminars to artists across the country. Both have exhibited their work at Zenith Gallery for years, and their pieces are in private and corporate collections across the US.
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i love the color of paul wolfe's twist. it reminds me of candy.ReplyDelete
what is lemon poured glass?
Hi R, It is beautiful, isn't it! Twist is made from Lead Crystal, with a yellow coloring added before they mold the piece.ReplyDelete
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