I’ve painted my mouse saga (desperate woman goes to great lengths to rid her house of mice) using recycled kitchen cabinet doors (15 doors) as a base for my mixed media paintings. The series ends with a flashback to 1983, from my journal documenting my first (unintentional) mousetrap. Convinced that i’m not alone with this predicament (war), i have invited the public to contribute their own mouse &/or rat tales.
Marcie Wolf-Hubbard received her B.A. from the University of Maryland, in Studio Art and studied Fine Art & Illustration at the Maryland Institute, College of Art. She has received numerous awards and special recognition from arts organizations, and has extensive experience working with the school arts program. Ms. Wolf-Hubbard is a certified Teaching Artist Institute (TAI) artist. Her paintings have been shown in over 40 exhibitions during the last 25 years, and she has illustrated for magazines and books, as well as worked as a courtroom illustrator. Ms. Wolf-Hubbard is an instructor at Glen Echo Park in Glen Echo, MD and teaches art to children and adults in her studio at the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring, MD. Marcie lives in Silver Spring with her husband David and sons Rigel and Orion. Marcie has recently completed illustrations in encaustics (painting in wax) for her husband David Hubbard's children's book, The Shiny Shell, an environmental fantasy.