John Wolfe


John Wolfe Biography

John Wolfe was born in Vernon, Texas, August 23, 1947. He attended public school in Davidson, Oklahoma, and graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1970 with a degree in Art Education. John completed his master’s at the University of Central Oklahoma in 1976. He taught art in the Mid-West City-Del City School System for 35 years and was an adjunct art faculty at Rose State College (1978-1981), and Adams State University (2004-2014). His work has been exhibited extensively across Oklahoma and the surrounding region at venues including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Philbrook Museum of Art, the Oklahoma State Capitol, the Hot Springs National Park Sculpture Invitational, and The National Weather Center Biennale. John retired from teaching in 2005 and has been a full-time studio artist ever since. He divides his time in the studio between painting and sculpture.