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Wolf Spicer
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • The Tunnel
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    The Tunnel

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Blue Dragonfly
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    Blue Dragonfly

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Carved by Water
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    Carved by Water

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Droplets
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    Droplets

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Empty Shell
Archival Pigment Print
11" x 17" 

    Empty Shell

    Archival Pigment Print
    11" x 17"
  • Shells
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 20" 

    Shells

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 20"
  • Simplicity
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    Simplicity

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Splintered
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    Splintered

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Train Home
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 20" 

    Train Home

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 20"
  • Unbreakable
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 22" 

    Unbreakable

    Archival Pigment Print
    17" x 22"
  • Wadsworth Falls
Archival Pigment Print
20" x 16" 

    Wadsworth Falls

    Archival Pigment Print
    20" x 16"
  • Water Lilly
Archival Pigment Print
16" x 20" 

    Water Lilly

    Archival Pigment Print
    16" x 20"
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Wolf Spicer

Taking a snapshot in time to capture what they see and sharing it with a greater audience is what photographer Wolf Spicer enjoys most about photography. Originally from New Jersey, Wolf has been interested in photography and has been working to develop their skills over the last ten years. A firm believer in taking time to see the beauty in the world, Wolf is most inspired by the natural world, buildings and places with cultural history, and subjects with a deeper beauty that might be overlooked by the naked eye.

Wolf has honed the art of micro photography, softening and freezing water shots, working with live subjects and profile shots as well as focusing in on and centering the subject being captured. As the artist continues to develop her work, they have expanded their eye beyond nature to capture a more diverse subject range. The artist feels that their attention to detail and the depth of their images improves with each photograph. They enjoy working with black and white photography, as well as water Shots

In the artist’s own words, “Stop. Take a moment to ‘see’ what you don’t see. Count to ten. Love life. Appreciate the beauty, the history of the world.”