Charles Wilcox

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Charles  Wilcox Ocean
Ocean
Driftwood, oyster shells & reclaimed iron
150 x 150 cm
Charles  Wilcox Waiting for Contact
Waiting for Contact
Reclaimed materials with light
0 x 0 cm
Charles  Wilcox
Barry
driftwood and corrugated iron
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Charles Wilcox artist
Carrera
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
130 x 160 x 30 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Charlotte Bay
Charlotte Bay
driftwood
145 x 60 x 70 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Columbus
Columbus
Driftwood,reclaimed signal flag
150 x 120 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox
Cuba
driftwood, acrylic on corrugated iron
160 x 130 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Delta
Delta
Driftwood & reclaimed iron
150 x 150 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Galapagos
Galapagos
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
157 x 183 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Mangrove (Coffee Table)
Mangrove (Coffee Table)
driftwood and glass
50 x 100 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox CHARLES wilcox artist
Mason
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
220 x 150 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Paradigm
Paradigm
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Plato
Plato
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
150 x 140 x 24 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Pollo
Pollo
130 x 180 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Poseidon
Poseidon
Driftwood, oyster shells & reclaimed iron
150 x 150 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Sierra
Sierra
Driftwood & reclaimed iron
150 x 180 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Tango
Tango
Driftwood and reclaimed iron
140 x 150 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox
Torres
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
200 x 200 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Triton
Triton
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
130 x 130 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Urban Fish
Urban Fish
driftwood, acrylic on corrugated iron
170 x 210 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Valpariso
Valpariso
driftwood , distressed tin and wire
167 x 130 x 20 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Yarra
Yarra
110 x 170 cm
SOLD

3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 120, Works per page

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Charles  Wilcox

Charles Wilcox

Charles Wilcox Statement

Inner Urban and Iconic Exhibition
Manyung Gallery Mt Eliza, August 2015

"Inspired by early James Bond films, these artworks have been created from recycled street posters, that have had layers stripped back to reveal the different typography and images.

The texture from the old posters, the monochromatic colours and style of these girls reflect the classic poster art of the 1960's.

The painted ex-Army jerry cans were inspired by the colourful graphics on World War II Air force planes."

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