Q&A: Meet the artist - Elaine Wolfe


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''Guia,'' a painting by Southside Art League member Elaine Wolfe. The painting is one of two featured in ''Nature's Inspiration,'' showing through March 10 at the Cool Creek Nature Center in Carmel. PHOTO BY RYAN TRARES


''Bluebells,'' a painting by Southside Art League member Elaine Wolfe. The painting is one of two featured in ''Nature's Inspiration,'' showing through March 10 at the Cool Creek Nature Center in Carmel. PHOTO BY RYAN TRARES


In one painting, delicate bluebells emerge into the light from beneath the dead leaves and detritus of the forest floor.

Another shows a pine tree growing from a layer of rocks containing fossils, rock formations and dirt.

Elaine Wolfe paints the natural world that she sees in front of her. A trained scientist and educator, she has parlayed her fascination with plants, animals and landscapes into a career in art.

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