Addison Wolff born in Winter Park, Florida; lives and works in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Wolff received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana (2010). Wolff’s practice explores issues of self-identity, sexuality, and interiority. Themes of transformation, transcendence, time, and fluidity are explored through non-objective compositions of broken color, collage, layering, erasure, and optical effects, on canvas and hand-built, hollow ceramic forms. Selected solo exhibitions include: “Addison Wolff,” The Frank C. Ortis Gallery, Pembroke Pines, Florida, (2022). Selected group exhibitions include: “South Florida Cultural Consortium Exhibition,” MOCA North Miami, North Miami, Florida, (2023), “Lush 2,” Lighthouse Arts Center, Tequesta, Florida, (2022), “Mes del Orgullo Gay,” Mexican Cultural Institute, Miami, Florida, (2022). Wolff has received the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Award (2022), Broward County Cultural Division, Artist Support Grant (2022) and the Barry-Bashur Family Foundation, Emerging Artist Award (2021). They have works in numerous private national collections.