After Karl Wolfe’s death in
1984, Bebe and David moved back to Jackson. Bebe began to help her mother Mildred
with the studio business, which at that time in addition to Mildred’s
paintings, consisted of a small
production of the ceramic birds Karl and Mildred started making in the 1950’s
to augment their studio’s offering of paintings and portraits. Over the next
decade, as Mildred’s health began to fail, Bebe, with David’s help, took on
more of the studio management and expanded the line of ceramics.
Studio is now a full time business, employing several talented artists from the
Elizabeth Wolfe is also a
painter, maintaining her own private studio. She has exhibited work in the
southeast through the past three decades.