Art Physics by Soren Wolff

April 26, 2017

His art will stop you in your tracks.

He prefers painting with oils and acrylics on canvas in large scale with seamless lines and curves that help him illustrate the mysteries of the hidden dimensions.

Meet Soren Wolff, Truckee fine artist and painter.

Skiing and snowboarding as well as cosmology and particle physics have been a catalyst for many of the questions Soren addresses in his work.

His paintings are an exploration into the physicality of space and the relationship of objects to space. “There is an invisible curved line or thread that link all things to the space in which they exist, and to one another.”

Soren’s paintings will surely hit a chord, especially if you like quantum physics.

You can find Soren through the North Tahoe Art Center, or at Squaw or on the lake.

About Sore Wolff:

Soren holds a BFA in Fine Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has studied drawing, printmaking & painting at Yale School of Art & Architecture. He has taught maritime and landscape painting at workshops in Nantucket, Cape Hatteras & Southern Connecticut.

In addition to landscape painting, Soren has worked extensively in the abstract, investigating & incorporating particle physics & cosmology in his most recent works.

He also teaches Introductory to Drawing and Painting, Landscape Painting and The Art of Model Building at the Truckee Donner Recreation Park District during the spring and summer.