Weight: 30.0 lbs.
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Red Wolf is developing a painting technique utilizing thin film application in the pursuit of creating color structurally. "Structural color is a phenomenon found in numerous organic structures in nature from opal and humming bird feathers to soap bubbles. My artwork represents an exploration into the creation of color through the manipulation of light in ways that until recently were not fully understood."
I did undergraduate studies at Santa Fe College with the University of Florida with professor Leny Kessel in the 1970’s. Santa Fe was an experiment in humanistic education focusing strongly on the humanistic psychology practices of that day. I changed my major to psychology and continued my studies in California at Sonoma State. At that point I began an informal apprentice program with two of the leaders of the Esalen institute in Big Sur California. Over the next 10 years I immersed myself in the therapeutic modalities of neo-Reichian, Gestalt, and Structural Integration work.
Around 1983 I began to paint with a group of artists that were working together in Nevada City California. I studied with Stuart Linton who had apprenticed and shared studio space and with Pablo Picasso in the 1950s. Through this informal guild of artists I became serious about my art and made a commitment to paint for a living. I have supported myself as a painter every since.
I have been awarded numerous times from various events and have works in several unique and important places. My apprentice style of education has always focused on becoming qualified over being certified. I have never groomed a résumé of shows and accomplishments that some would lead you to think are all so important to advancing advancement in a career. I find it hard to justify this about myself but I am just loathed to doing it. If you like my work and purchase it you will be in good company is what I will tell you.
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