In the Gamm Lobby Gallery through October 9


A portion of all sales goes toward The Gamm's artistic and education programming

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Fall Explosion (34" x 28" framed)

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Waiting for the Tide (35" x 29" framed)


Art should take you to another place...should be timeless...the way it was, is, and will be. Color carries an emotional impact, eliciting feelings about reality. Sometimes my colors are inspired by what I see; sometimes color quickens my imagination. It binds together all the work I do. It declares its own reality.


I see the natural world in symbolic terms which express my relationship to art and to my own psyche. Art is a way of making sense out of the world and my place in it. Hopefully, my compositions bridge the eternity of nature and the individual self, no matter where the images may originate.


At the core of all art is a desire to seek out a path to an underlying truth. The format may vary, but the desire to find answers is always there. 
-C.C. Wolf


A native of Queens, N.Y. and long-time Rhode Islander, C.C. Wolf studied at the Art Students' League and Hunter College in New York City before earning her B.F.A. ('69) from Rhode Island School of Design. She lived, taught and exhibited her work in Florence, Italy for three years before settling in New England in 1975.


Wolf explores new forms of expression in acrylic, watercolors, casein, gouache, pastels, liquid graphite and mixed media. Her focus is the impact of color that binds her work and creates a sense of mood and time all its own.


Her work is seen extensively throughout the region, including solo exhibitions and in galleries and collections including the RISD Museum, Beneficent Church, Merrill Lynch & Co., numerous Rhode Island Banks, Harvard Health, Hasbro Children's Hospital, and Tufts Children's Hospital in Boston. Her work has won numerous awards, honors and grants. She has also exhibited in Russia, Australia, Canada, Japan and China.


Wolf was a founding member of "19 on Paper," a Rhode Island-based group founded in 1986. She is president of East Side Arts Center, Providence, where she also teaches. For more than 20 years, she led the school's summer workshops on Block Island and in Italy.


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Upcoming exhibits

In the Gamm Lobby Gallery between November 2022 - May 2023


A portion of all sales goes toward The Gamm's artistic and education programming

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REBECCA SKINNER          NOVEMBER 3 - 27, 2022

Abandoned spaces photography and modern day urban exploration by a core artist member at the Fountain Street Gallery in Boston, MA, and a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. Learn more HERE.


Second annual small group show in collaboration with WCFA Artist Members. The selected artwork will evoke the themes brought forth in It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, including family, community, winter, nostalgia, warmth, duality of darkness and light, hope, togetherness. Learn more HERE.

LAUREN W. SCOTTO        JANUARY 12-29, 2023

Paintings and mixed media collage focused on the theme of "hopeful solitude" by a Woonsocket-based artist, teacher, and Rhode Island School of Design graduate. Learn more HERE.


Selected works from the artist's Manuscript series, and cloth work series, embodying a "love of narrative combined with text, and purely abstract work." Learn more HERE.

CAT LAINE        APRIL 27 - MAY 14, 2023

Excerpts from the Future Shock collection by a New England-based photographer and visual storyteller. Learn more HERE.