Artgraf water soluble tailors chalk
53" x 42"

In 1992, James Wolf started the Cotuit Center for the arts on the second floor of the Cotuit market in the old millinery shop. He later moved the operation to a building behind the store in 1994 in a former mechanics garage where he created a multi-disciplined, non-profit art center focused on education, exhibition and performance. That facility burned down in 2000 and the center was subsequently reborn with significant donations in its current location. As Artistic Director through 2010, he composed scores, produced plays and concerts, created art education programs, curated all exhibits and played guitar many times on the main stage.

Here the founding father and visionary observes his legacy and ponders all the trials and tribulations that led to her creation.