Jennifer Wolfe grew up in rural Northwest Ohio, enjoying public school arts & crafts, but with few opportunities to experiment with different media. Her first exposure to “Art” was on a high school field trip to see the El Greco exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art. It sparked a passion for art and art history that continues today.
In 2000, she started taking metalsmithing classes in Columbus, Ohio and that rekindled her love of creating things with her hands. She loves taking art courses and experimenting with jewelry making, weaving, ceramics, drawing, encaustics, mixed media, and especially oil painting!
She accidentally stumbled into her “stained glass” painting style while experimenting and failing with a more loose, impressionistic style. This “happy accident” turned into a passion for creating colorful abstract landscapes.
Jennifer moved to Indiana in 2010 to be closer to her husband’s family, and she now works for Cummins as a Learning and Development Manager. She looks forward to retirement when she can spend less time in front of a computer and more time pursuing her passions… art and art history!