Charles Wilcox

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Charles  Wilcox The Great White Shark no. 7
The Great White Shark no. 7
Driftwood & reclaimed iron
180 x 70 cm
Charles  Wilcox The Reef
The Reef
Driftwood & reclaimed iron
140 x 140 cm
Charles  Wilcox The Swimmer no. 34
The Swimmer no. 34
Ink on vintage newspaper
95 x 64 cm
Framed
Charles  Wilcox Lost At Sea
Lost At Sea
Ink on vintage newspaper
90 x 60 cm
Framed
Charles  Wilcox The Diver no. 17
The Diver no. 17
Ink on vintage newspaper
95 x 64 cm
Framed
Charles  Wilcox The Sailor_s Wife no. 1
The Sailor's Wife no. 1
Ink on vintage newspaper
95 x 64 cm
Framed
Charles  Wilcox The Sunbaker no. 11
The Sunbaker no. 11
Ink on vintage newspaper
95 x 64 cm
Framed
Charles  Wilcox The Surfer
The Surfer
Ink on vintage newspaper
95 x 64 cm
Framed
Charles  Wilcox Shark Bait
Shark Bait
Reclaimed materials with light
185 x 50 cm
Charles  Wilcox Diving At Sorrento Back Beach
Diving At Sorrento Back Beach
ink, acrylic, vintage newspapers on canvas
94 x 94 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox 3 Leagues Under The Sea
3 Leagues Under The Sea
Reclaimed materials with light
110 x 60 cm
SOLD
Charles  Wilcox Amalfi
Amalfi
Driftwood & reclaimed iron
140 x 140 cm
SOLD
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Charles  Wilcox

Charles Wilcox

Charles Wilcox Biography

“The Australian coast doesn’t just inspire my art, it becomes a part of it”. 

 

Born in Melbourne, Charles developed a passion for art during his school years and went on to gain qualifications in engineering and graphic design. Charles’ work is a reflection and representation of his love of the sea, adventure and travel.

Charles hikes, dives and explores the most rugged and remote coastlines of the east coast of Australia, travelling as far as Cape York, where he charters light aircraft to give him access to the most isolated beaches.

He selects materials that are shaped by the harsh elements of the Australian environment to use in his artworks. Washed-up driftwood, flotsam and jetsam found by chance on a secluded beach that survives a journey across vast oceans. Corrugated iron and other salvaged building materials scorched by sun and hammered by storms.

Charles Wilcox Resumé

Chisholm Institute Design Award
Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design  | Chisholm Institute
Diploma of Graphic Arts and Design  | Chisholm Institute
Certificate IV in Arts – Applied Design | Chisholm Institute
Young Designer’s Preparation Program – Studio 108 |  Monash University
Certificate IV Engineering | Chisholm Institute

 

Exhibitions

2018 - Summer in Flinders Manyung Gallery

2018 - Coolart Exhibition Somers

2017 - Summer Exhibition Without Pier 

2017 - Of The Sea, group exhibition

2017 - Deep Water, solo exhibition Studio Six Victoria

2017 - Mansfield fine Art Gallery Easter Exhibition

2017 - Art Redhill

2017 - ARC The Gippsland Sculpture Exhibition

2017 - Summer group exhibition Without Pier Gallery Victoria

2017 - Summer group exhibition Manyung Gallery Sorrento

2017 - Coolart Exhibition Somers

2016 - Group exhibition Manyung Gallery Sorrento Victoria

2016 - Australia Wild, group exhibition, Sherbrooke Art Society, Belgrave

2016 - VIC Beaches, Seas, Sport, group exhibition, Manyung Gallery, Sorrento

2016 - VIC Stranded on Coastlines, group exhibition, Manyung Gallery, Sorrento VIC

2015 - Blues of Summer, group exhibition, Manyung Gallery, Sorrento VIC

2015 - Urban & Iconic, group exhibition, Manyung Gallery, Mount Eliza VIC

 

 

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