The paintings of local artist Kathleen Wolf are currently displayed in Fiddlers Crossing.

By | November 11, 2013

NOVEMBER 2013

The subjects of Wolf’s whimsical paintings range from dancers and musicians, to butterflies, chickens, Einstein, and even a Volkswagen on the beach.

Wolf and her husband, Arno, have raised six children in Tehachapi in their Bear Valley home that they built themselves. Wolf also plays the violin with TPOPS (Tehachapi POPS Orchestra) and teaches beginning fiddle at Mountain Music. Her last exhibit at Fiddlers Crossing included paintings of hummingbirds, butterflies and ballet dancers on parts of broken fiddles, and she has given a broken cello new life as a coffee table.