Evan Fitzgerald and Bill Wolff: New Paintings and Sculpture
Showing June 29th - July 31st, 2015.
Opening reception 2nd Friday, July 10th, 5-7 PM.
Open 9-4 Monday-Friday, 11-4 Saturday and Sunday
502 94th Street, Ocean City, MD
Bill has work in four upcoming exhibitions this March and April:
Downeast National Sculpture Exhibition, Greenville, NC opening March 6th
"Aviary." Washington ArtWorks, Rockville, Maryland, March 6th-March 27th.
"Familiarity of the Imagined," two-person exhibition with Erin Carney at Spool Mfg, Johnson City NY, March 21st-April 25th
Art Deparment Faculty Show at Salisbury University, opening March 2nd, Fulton Hall Gallery
Bill will have a piece this February in the exhibition, "Burning Desires: An Exploration of Love, Desire & Romance" at the MICA gallery in Lansing, Michigan.
From the MICA website: "Love is one of the most basic and primal needs for human beings. This multimedia exhibition showcases love in all of its myriad forms – romantic love, desire, love of family, young love and the love of mature partners. This exhibit also explores the euphoria of reciprocal love and the agony of a lost love."
MICA Gallery is a program of Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art (MICA)
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 12pm to 5 pm Saturday-Sunday, 12pm to 3 pm
Received the DM for "Caught in Motion."
"Caught in Motion" Juried Show
November 1 – December 2
Arterie Fine Arts, Naperville, IL
Opening Artists Reception
Awards Ceremony: Saturday, November 8th, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Critique of Artwork, 6:30pm, Juror: Ken Reif
Barbara Eberhard, Bill Wolff, Chris Doing,
Fred Casselman, Keith Elliott, Kate Rowekamp,
Katie Short, Lynn Zuk-Lloyd, Mara Goldfine,
Nathan Kai-Cheong Chan, Sue Buenger &
Many thanks to visiting artists Coral Lambert, director of the National Casting Center at Alfred University, and Paul Higham, pioneer of data sculpture and rapid prototyping, for stopping by the campus of Salisbury University in their Solar Airstream Fab Lab.
The Fab Lab, pictured here will Bill (left), visiting artist Paul Higham (center) and sculptor and recently retired SU sculpture professor, Jim Hill (right).
Some 2D works of Bill's can be seen on display at the Geoje Ocean Art Festival this month, in Geoje, South Korea. Seen at right, "Reach." pigment on aluminum foil. (2013)
Bill is very excited to be joining the art department faculty at Salisbury University in Maryland for the upcoming school year, where he will be teaching sculpture. More to come later!
Intersections/Conversations between Form and Plane: Sculptors and Their "Drawings." March 13 – April 17th. 2014
Bill's work will be featured in this exhibition featuring sculptors and their 2D work at the Williams-Insalaco Gallery34 at Finger Lakes Community College, Canandaigua, New York.
Artist opening & talk, 1-3pm, March 13th.
Artist talk at 2pm
Opening Reception: March 14 - 4- 6:30 on the 13th.
Reception sponsored by the FLCC Foundation
Read the article in the Brighton-Pittsford Post here.
March 12-16th, FNC/Ghandi Institute Series Exhibition: "The Sexual Objectification of Women and Girls"
Bill's work will appear in an upcoming exhibition sponsored by the Gandhi Institute and Feminists for Nonviolent choices, who host an annual series of events with a focus on a human rights issue specific to women/girls. The March 2014 topic is "The Sexualization of our Culture," The five-day series, taking place from March 12th-16th in Rochester, will host international journalist and activist Melinda Tankard Reist.
Series of Events:
Wednesday, March 12th: Screening of Sexy Baby, followed by Q&A with Melinda Tankard Reist at The Little Theatre
Thursday, March 13th: High School and College engagements
Friday, March 14th: Community call to action invite-only luncheon at the Susan B. Anthony House
Saturday, March 15th: Art Exhibition, the Brainery/Artisan Works
Sunday, March 16th: Book Talk/ Signing