Lora Jude DeWolfe – Taso’s Restaurant & Pizzeria 2023

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Lora Jude DeWolfe Italy

Taso's Restaurant & Pizzeria
287 George St N, Peterborough
Phone 705-775-3000

Website www.tasosptbo.com
Instagram instagram.com/tasosptbo
Facebook facebook.com/tasosptbo

Tues to Thurs: 11 am - 8 pm
Fri & Sat: 11 am - 10 pm
Sun: 11 am - 8 pm
Mon: Closed

Note: Easter Weekend Hours
Friday, April 7 & Saturday, April 8:12 pm - 10 pm
Sunday, April 9: Closed

Lora Jude DeWolfe
Email Dewolfedesignco@yahoo.com
Instagram instagram.com/lora.jude.dewolfe
Facebook facebook.com/lora.dewolfe


My work in all media is more about subtle relationships than grand vistas, it celebrates a love for the planet: all humans, creatures and things manmade or heaven-sent. Whether a washed-up piece of drift wood, a Panamanian boy bathing along the shore, or a umbrella everted by the sometimes vigorous mother of all - nature. They signify my passion for exuberantly living in the moment.
I enjoy diving into the universal nostalgia that is photography.
The intent of my work is to keep your eye at play, and maintain countless thoughts suspended in your mind. I want viewers to look at my images in some future time and to make some sort of comparison or connection, and to understand the beauty that was here. This is why I want to continue my work – my play, my making of grand, picturesque prints…images that take one’s breath away…images of the most ordinary and extraordinary of all things in my lifetime.


Lora DeWolfe was born in Peterborough, Ontario, in 1977. As a youngster, she lived in numerous cities across Canada. After graduating from high school in Peterborough, she went to Bethany College, West Virginia on a soccer scholarship. In 2001, Lora graduated with honors as a B.F. Arts / Education, as well as earning her M.A.T in 2014. She began graphic arts work at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 2001, where she continued to study, focusing primarily on photography, her first and continuing love. She also completed a degree in photography at Ottawa’s SPAO. Her work has been on display and at various galleries around Canada and The United States. She also has pieces in the permanent collections at The Carnegie Museum, Archives Ottawa and Bethany College.

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