Thaddeus Wolfe

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Thaddeus Wolfe

Following his graduation from The Cleveland Institute of Art in 2002, with a BFA in Glass, Thaddeus Wolfe, relocated to New York City and began working with artists Jeff Zimmerman and Josiah McElheny.
 
In the past years, he has executed glass sculptures for a variety of New York artists, including conceptual landscape designer Paula Hayes, and painter Shimon Okshteyn, with whom he has worked extensively. He collaborated with Okshteyn on a series of sculptures exhibited in February 2006 at Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, New York.
 
Now a Brooklyn-based glass artist, Thaddeus Wolfe has exhibited at Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Volume Gallery, Pierre-Marie Giraud, and done residencies at Pilchuck, Corning, Tacoma, as well as the Creative Glass Fellowship program at WheatonArts in 2007.  
 
50th Anniversary Visiting Artists
Thaddeus Wolfe creates sculptures that belong to a series he refers to as 
Assemblage. The structures are made from glass molding where the mold can only be used once, so every time, Wolfe is creating an entirely new creation. Often incorporating brass and bronze, Wolfe’s glass sculptures are multi-texture structures that appear like an organic Brutalist architecture. Wolfe’s Assemblage Lamp and Assemblage, which follows his Assemblage series, are on display here.

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