About Will Wolf
Will Wolf's art has been heavily influenced by the following artists: Frank Lloyd Wright, Gustav Stickley, I.M. Pei, Piet Mondrian, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Ansel Adams.
Will’s start in photography occurred in the late 70’s as a side interest to his studies in business school. He studied photography at the Maryland Institute of Art where he developed his passion for the medium. His first photography exhibit was in the late 70’s and was centered on architecture, predominantly churches. During the years the influence of his favorite artists has been adopted and expanded his interest in subject matter.
In the early 90’s, Will started to take an interest in woodworking and started building furniture based upon the Frank Lloyd Wright and Gustav Stickley designs. Almost all of his pieces utilize contrasting wood such as maple and walnut or mahogany. His love of wood and the work of Mondrian expanded into his series of “Boogie Woogie Boards”. These pieces can represent political statements or representations of life stages as well as abstract definitions. The wood and the contrast from the different species are all natural so in time they evolve as light hits the pieces.
Will has exhibited his work in Boston, Baltimore, New York and the Quad Cities.
Photographs that are 11"x14" mounted and matted on a 16"x20" board are $100 and $75 for a 8"x10" photo on a 11"x14" board.
Should you have an interest in purchasing a photograph or a piece of woodworking please contact me.
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Wood Projects Gallery