Marjorie Gillette Wolfe has been a photographer for four decades and was an art teacher for thirty-seven years. A New Haven native, her work often centers on structures, landscape, organic processes, and the environments in which they occur. Her recent panoramas lead the observer outside the edges of the single frame. In that blur is more than what our eyes let us see, but that we know is there.
She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Rhode Island School of Design and Masters degree from Wesleyan University. Wolfe is a 2012 recipient of the Connecticut Artist Fellowship.
Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibits at Rhode Island School of Design, the National Arts Club in New York, the Westwood Gallery in New York, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Images at the Mill Gallery, the Slater Museum, Art of the Northeast and Spectra at Silvermine Arts Center, The Carriage Barn in New Canaan, the Atlantic Gallery in Hamden, and Gallery Wright in Wilmington, Vermont, and numerous sites in the New Haven area including ALL Gallery, the John Slade Ely House, and all of the Photo Arts Collective exhibits. She has received awards including First Honors at Images and New Canaan Society for the Arts, and both The Steven Madwed Photography Prize and honorable mention at Art of Northeast at the Silvermine Arts Center, Images and the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts.
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