In Focus Podcast
Jack’s legacy of his Civil Rights fueled work is featured at Bridgewater State University’s Anderson Gallery!
Welcome Dancer and Art Educator, Laurie Wolfe. Laurie is also the widow of painter Jack Wolfe (1924-2007) and his most avid promoter. Jack studied art at RISD and the MFA School in Boston. His diverse body of work includes large-scale explorations of geometry and color theory, as well as portraiture from life and political works focusing on social justice and anti-war themes.
Listen in on the conversation as The Artist Index’s host, Ron Fortier, speaks with Laurie Wolfe about her life with her late husband and painter Jack Wolfe. Jack’s legacy of his Civil Rights fueled work in the Summer 2020 virtual exhibition: Jack Wolfe’s Civil Rights Paintings: A Viewing in 2020 at Bridgewater State University’s Anderson Gallery featuring four of his major civil rights paintings from the 1960s. This podcast episode is sponsored in part by Heavenly Spirits.
The whole concept of The Artists Index and the journey we are embarking on are still in the making and very organic. At this critical time in our country’s history, as we are experiencing and attempting to remain safely at home during the Covid 19 Pandemic, we will continue to podcast. This episode was assisted by Zoom. If you would like to be a guest or, have a suggestion, please let us know!
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