Charles Wildbank

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The Wave, 2004 Acrylic On Linen 180cm X 269cm © (c) Wildbank 2004
Lovin' Wave, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 145cm X 254cm © Wildbank 2008
Cool Wave, 2008 Oil On Linen 173cm X 340cm © Wildbank 2008
Hot Wave, 2006 Acrylic On Canvas 173cm X 249cm © Wildbank 2006
Lovin' Sea, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 140cm X 157cm © Wildbank 2008
Luminous Night, 2007 Acrylic On Canvas 127cm X 173cm © Wildbank 2007
Wave Panoramic, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 91cm X 457cm © Wildbank 2008
Sedona!, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 145cm X 155cm © Wildbank 2005
Red Boy, 2006 Oil On Canvas 137cm X 218cm © Wildbank 2006
Echoes, 2008 Acrylic On Canvas 145cm X 173cm © Wildbank 2008
Love, 2000 Oil On Canvas 102cm X 102cm © Wildbank 2000
Freedom, 2000 Oil On Canvas 102cm X 102cm © Wildbank 2000
Knowledge, 2000 Oil On Canvas 102cm X 102cm © Wildbank 2000
Quick Facts
New York
Birth year
Lives in
South Jamesport
Works in
Westhampton Beach
Yale at Norfolk School of Art and Music, 1969, Fellowship
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1970, BFA
Columbia University
Representing galleries
South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY
portraits, murals, mixed-media, landscape, modern, studio-lofts, photography, digital, figurative

Charles Bourke Wildbank, native New York artist delved into photorealism while at Pratt Institute, created a sensation on Fifth Avenue with a giant sparkling rendering of the famed Cartier diamond, and has painted portraits of David Hockney and the late Luciano Pavarotti. He is well known for his versatility of a wide range of figurative themes including florals, still life, portraits and seascapes. 

His latest achievements include two 18-foot-high murals commissioned by the Cunard Line for the new luxury ocean liner, the Queen Mary 2. Wildbank is listed with some of his works in "Deaf Artists in America: Colonial to Contemporary" book by Deborah Sonnenstrahl . He has conducted workshops at Poppi in Italy during fall of 2002 and Giverny in France during spring of 2006. To view Wildbank's complete records, please check his chronology page link.

Up to present day, observable form and vivid color have long been attributed to Wildbank's art. His recent works appear to flirt with the abstract and the surreal christened as his HADO series. 

". . . the inner world for me is one vast camera obscura with all its images of light and ever-changing color. Then I seek outside for models to reflect that vision from within." -Charles Wildbank