"My work carries my spirit before it carries a message. My intuition plays a vital role in the direction I go and then I compartmentalize with what I prioritize. I represent different parts of my self including abstraction, curiosity, mythology, spirituality, and introspection. Blackness is vital in my work because it is created by a black woman despite the medium or language it speaks, it is vital because proof of existence is rare in the black community, information is shared but isn’t sustained in ways that are known to us right now. I express my yearning for answers and clarity in ways that make my blackness clear even when the work is abstract. My practice embodies subtlety in a form of texture and expression, a curious mix of ambiguity and curiosity. I experiment with different textures and mold that are formed from the earth." - Lulma Wolf, 2021.