Rita Wolff is a self-taught artist. She was born in Luxembourg and graduated as a translator.In 1973 she moved to London. Three years later, she began drawing and doing watercolours of dreams, her own and those of her friends.
As an enthusiastic cinema-goer, Rita Wolff gave film titles to some of her paintings, i.e., “The Men who knew too much”, “Heaven can wait”, “Witnesses for the Prosecution” and “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”.
She also did watercolour illustrations of architectural projects by Leon Krier and her work has been published in numerous magazines, especially AAM (Archives d’Architecture Moderne).
In February 1996, Rita Wolff was offered the possibility to work as Artist in Residence in Seaside, Florida. This stay allowed her to do oil sketches of sea and sky in all possible weather conditions and times of day and night.
If you are interested in Rita Wolff’s work, you can contact her via the contact form of this website.