Julie Wolfe invites the viewer into an implied narrative communicated through the telluric energy flowing between elements of her paintings: symbols, gestures and patterns. Her work is a reflection of the biological world that speaks of a web of interdependent cycles of germination and decay. Often playful, sometimes violent, Wolfe’s paintings naturally link the viewer to the tension that arises from the battle between life and death. Wolfe received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Art History from The University of Texas, Austin. She has exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, and the Textile Museum, Washington DC, among others, and currently resides in Washington DC.