Works by Bill Wolff

April 5, 2019 - May 5, 2019

Tubbs Gallery

Opening Reception:  Friday, April 5, 5-7pm

Gallery Talk: From the Artist, with Bill Wolff,  Saturday, April 13, 2-3pm, Corkran Gallery

Artist Statement

My current work reflects an evolution of form and expression, influenced by human gesture and architectural and social spaces. I am interested in making work that provokes a visceral response while maintaining a reverence for natural forms and a focused concern for the material, movement, and balance.

I think often of the likely state of the world when my children are my age, as compared to when I was their age. My gestural, fragmented and biomorphic abstractions poignantly reflect both beauty and this sense of potential loss.

About the Artist

Bill Wolff has been making and exhibiting sculpture made primarily from discarded tree parts for more than 20 years in a wide variety of venues nationally and internationally. Wolff holds an MFA from Louisiana State University and an MA from the Tokyo University of the Arts. He has worked as an educator since 2009 and is currently Assistant Professor and head of the sculpture area at Salisbury University on the eastern shore of Maryland.



Image: Bill Wolff, Dissolution III, 2018, cast iron on oak, 35” x 16” x 12”