Bill Wolf is a designer and conceptual fine artist working in both sculpture and two dimensional imagery. His work addresses issues of metaphor and mythology, non-linear narrative, symbol systems, and organizational structure within the microcosm. Recent projects include an artist’s book, Le Tarot Tournant, and several print editions, including, “Air & Water” a woodcut that he produced for the Save Cooper Union Legal Fund. Future projects include a series of watercolors on cyclical change, and ongoing plans for a number of wood sculptures.
As an independent scholar, Bill has provided consultation services including cultural attributions, historical context, and artistic evaluations of Prehistoric and Historic Period Eskimo material, and written extensively for institutions and private art dealers for over 15 years. He recently contributed several essays for the exhibition catalog, Art of the Arctic: Reflections of the Unseen.
Bill holds a BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and has also worked as a freelance brand designer specializing in visual identity, symbol design, and graphic systems. Past clients have included numerous corporations and businesses, including a number of Fortune 500 companies. He and his wife, Carol, are also avid collectors in several fields of art.