Marcie Wolf-Hubbard received her B.A. from the University of Maryland in Studio Art and studied Fine Art and Illustration at the Maryland Institute, College of Art. Her paintings have been exhibited widely on the East Coast. She has illustrated for magazines and books and worked as a courtroom artist.
Marcie is an instructor at Glen Echo Park and the Yellow Barn Studio. She also teaches art in her studio for children and adults at the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center.
Marcie and her husband, David Hubbard, have collaborated on a children's book, "The Shiny Shell," an eco-adventure book about a boy and a dolphin on a mission to save the oceans. They are currently working on a book of David's short stories and poems and Marcie's encaustic (hot wax) paintings, which have inspired David's writing. Her website is marciewolfhubbard.com
My drawing is an appreciation of the life, personality, spirit and beauty of humanity. Rough charcoal lines beneath layers of diaphanous color describe the figures in environments, evoking a personal narrative. We become voyeurs, peeking at protagonists through a magic colored window. The “back and forth” of additive collage imagery, the carving, and coloring of wax marries with encaustic’s mysterious depth and transparency to add a frisson of excitement to the still and quiet worlds before us.