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Dee I. Wolff
(Springfield, Missouri, 1948 - )
worked Houston, 1976-present.
Houston-based artist Dee Wolff has been making images called “Selah” for over 30 years. A self-described “spiritual exploration of her own consciousness,” this artistic investigation offers a forum for exploring questions of faith. Wolff is a student of many religions as well as Jungian psychology. Her works are personal reflections, but they are open to multiple interpretations.
She states: “As I am interested in how human beings and cultures define their spiritual traditions, I am also interested in the symbolic mythology of both personal and organized religion…In the Catholic tradition, the fourteen Stations of the Cross were moments which occurred on the walk of the Via Dolorosa, the path to Golgotha. Years ago, I began to see the Stations in terms of the alchemical process, the “mysterium coniunctionis,” the union of the sun and the moon. The Stations represent to me a process of spiritual-psychological growth [that] parallels our lives from birth to death. Each work represents only one moment which …is complete within itself [and]….brings recollection, insight, or prophecy…”