Edith Wolfe has worked in multiple mediums including painting, graphite drawing, and mask making, but in recent years she has focused on printmaking. She has been an exhibiting artist for many years, but family obligations interrupted that endeavor until recently. She has returned to the art community and making art, and she currently volunteers and teaches at The Arts Center.
Edith Wolfe’s interest in Jungian Psychology led her to an understanding of how her art is related to personal meaning. For her, the choice of subject matter is explored as revealing an unconscious but vital and relevant reality through symbolism. Working realistically, her artwork is often narrative; the story or subject suggests its message in the associations it evokes.
Edith Wolfe has taught watercolor classes in affiliation with LBCC, and private lessons locally. She has participated in Arts Alive at The Arts Center for the past two years, demonstrating monotype printmaking. She currently teaches printmaking workshops at The Arts Center.