Golden Star

I’ve painted with oils on an Italian Basswood panel prepared with old-fashioned mother of pearl and chalk oil gesso.  The painting is called Golden Star or Au Stella. It is a representation of the battle between radiant and compressing energies in the
densest of all radiant objects; a neutron star.  This is the source from which all heavy metals in the universe are derived; like gold.

Golden Star

Golden Star

Radium Scientific Beauty

Radium Scientific Beauty is painted with water media on paper.  This was the first painting from the Fundament Forces series to explore the strong and weak nuclear forces.  This work on paper is currently unframed.  It was completed in 2014.

18″ x 24″

Radium Scientific Beauty by Thomas Wolf

Space Time

Space Time by Thomas WolfSpace Time is a part of the Fundamental Forces series.  It is represented by the event horizon, accretion disk and gamma ray jets of a black hole.  This is an oil painting on wood panel, completed in 2014.

12″ x 48″

Blackhole Binary

Blackhole Binary is part of the Fundamental Forces series.  It was started as a study for Space Time, but attainted the qualities of a finished work of art.

20″ x 16″

Blackhole Binary by Thomas Wolf

Bubble Builder

Bubble Builder by Thomas WolfBubble Builder is in the Tondo series of paintings completed in 2010.  It is oil on wood panel.

10″ diameter

Tautology

Tautology by Thomas Wolf

Tautology is a petite still life of sunflowers and volcano.  This oil painting on gesso board was completed in 2010.

10″ x 10″

M-Brane Theory

M-Brane Theory by Thomas WolfM-Brane Theory is a State of the Art painting in oil on canvas.  It was completed in 2010 and was the first completed in my present location, High Voltage Sunset studio.

36″ x 36″

Icarus Moth

Icaraus Moth is a single work painted in oils across three canvases.  It was completed in 2008.

36″x84″

Icarus Moth by Thomas Wolf

Krakatoa

Krakatoa is an oil painting on plywood panel in the Tondo series.

18″ diameter

Krakatoa by Thomas Wolf

Simplexity

Simplexity by Thomas WolfThis painting earned the title Simplexity when it became the best representation of the series of my work called Simplexity.  It is painted with oils on canvas and was completed in 2002.  It is a State of the Art painting.

54″x54″