Charlotte Observer on: Patterns of Regeneration

“Another artist for whom the natural world provides inspiration is Elizabeth Bradford. “Mt. Rogers Fir” portrays a towering yet dead fir tree, resplendent in and surrounded by nature’s verdant forest. Carlyle Wolfe’s images present “…distinct experiences of natural light and color.” The artist carefully records color modulation and change over time and uses these characteristics as keys to her palette. The artist creatively uses color, light and shadow to render silhouettes or impressions of plant species, curvilinear vines and the landscapes they inhabit.”