Constance Sloggatt Wolf is a regional NY artist represented by the Alex Ferrone Gallery. After a successful and fulfilling career as an artist/art educator, Constance now devotes herself to art full-time. She holds degrees from Pratt Institute (BFA – Painting) and Long Island University (MFA – Painting, Teaching Fellowship). After work at museums and non-profits, Constance became certified as a NYS Art Educator. She was fortunate to serve as an esteemed member of the art department in the Northport East-Northport School District where she taught International Baccalaureate Visual Arts, AP Art History, AP Two-Dimensional Design, Drawing, Painting, and Photography. Constance has participated in multiple Big Ink events and fostered her students’ participation as well. She was featured as an emerging artist in the Heckscher Museum Instagram takeover and as a Slide Slam Artist for Patchogue Arts Council. Her community includes the Firefly Artists Cooperative in Northport and the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) as well as the Art League of Long Island, Huntington Arts Council, Huntington Art Center, and the Patchogue Arts Council – all of whom have provided excellent venues for exhibiting her work. Her mail art resides in the archives at the Museum of Modern Art - NY, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Karuizawa Whitestone New Art Museum in Japan. She has paintings in the collections of the Hewlett Packard Corporation and the Siena College Fine Art Collection.
Constance’s large-scale work is abstract and often based upon smaller studies of forms in nature. Her marks are exuberant and full of movement, wrought from the natural environment physically and symbolically represented. Her painting media include pastel on paper, oil or acrylic on canvas or paper, watercolor, casein, and charcoal on paper. Her work in printmaking includes solar plate etching, woodblock and other relief forms and monoprint.
Constance Sloggatt Wolf continues to mentor younger artists and teachers and is looking forward to a new endeavor as a member of the Patchogue Arts Council PEACE PROJECT.