Jessica by Marjorie Gillette Wolfe
Jessica is my daughter’s best friend. She is delighted to display her tattooed back and bra for ArtBra. Jessica’s parents both died before she turned 25. Her dad suffered a decades long battle with cancer. She welcomes the opportunity to raise money for breast cancer. Jessica is a wonderful young woman whose external and internal affects are explored in this image. Like many women, she is many things: generous, silly, a little frilly, and a little tough. Actually, she a tough survivor!
— Marjorie Gillette Wolfe
About Marjorie Gillette Wolfe:
A New Haven native now living in Cheshire, Connecticut, I am a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design (BFA) and Wesleyan University (MALS). I taught art and photography for 37 years at a high school in Connecticut and was department chairman for many years.
My photographs have been exhibited in solo and group exhibits at locations as diverse as
Rhode Island School of Design,
the National Arts Club in New York,
the Westwood Gallery in New York,
Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven, Connecticut,
Gallery Wright in Wilmington, Vermont,
Bushnell Memorial Hall in Hartford,
Images at the Mill Gallery,
the Slater Museum,
Art of the Northeast and Spectra at Silvermine Guild Arts Center, and
the Atlantic Gallery.
I have won first honors and awards at venues including
Art of the Northeast,
New Canaan Society for the Arts, and
the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts.
My work is in collections from California to New England and has been in The New York Times and Camera Arts magazine amongst numerous other newspapers. In New Haven I exhibit regularly at Kehler Liddell Gallery.
Please visit her website at to see more of my work.