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University of Florida, Gainesville
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Painting, Sculpture
I am...
seeing around me the evolution of culture dictated by media as it washes the hands of commerce and sets the stage for a new morality. Once long held conventions, paradigms of thought, tradition, and cultural value now give way to a new world obsessed with personal ambition and material gain.

With the romance of being now draining away from daily life I draw on memories past in order to cope with the present. Caught in a cycle of hope against despair I struggle to make peace with what is happening around me. Changes in life’s stage once so drawn and gradual as to not be witnessed in a single lifetime now pass in a decade. We are now racing away from what once was, bringing with it a blending of nostalgia and decline. The speed of progress now draws a vacuum and pulls me in unwillingly.
About my artwork
Romanticism is where my work finds its voice in both paintings and sculpture. The genre’s inherent qualities and conventions are a suitable vehicle of expression for the cultural criticisms and social climate in which our generation finds itself; a paradigm match, which includes such concepts as excess, transgression, diffusion and ambivalence concerning both rationality and morality
Artists I like
Thomas Moran, Breugel, Altdorfer, Bosch, Turner, Bierstadt...
Custom bodied vintage Rolls Royces and primitive forms of weaponry.
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
Haven't been out of my studio lately.
Centre of the artworld:
nowhere and everywhere


Edward Walton Wilcox's Blog


How do we transform the horrifying realities of this world into something beautiful? What are our psychological mechanisms for coping with subjects too painful for rational thought? These are the issues addressed in Wilcox’s second solo exhibition with the Merry Karnowsky Gallery, “FANATIC,” in Los Angeles www.mkgallery.com. The exhibition runs from May 15 – June 12, 2010. Merry Karnowsky Gallery is located at 170 South La Brea, Los Angeles, CA 90036. For… Continue

Posted on April 21, 2010 at 19:39



By David Cotner

Portentous but never pretentious, the remote and insular visions of loneliness that manifest throughout Edward Walton Wilcox's work are on full display in this overview of recent paintings. "When the anxieties of this world become too severe," he admits, "I create for myself ... a reflection pool for the mind. It is there that I withdraw to the twilight fields and amber vistas of my dreams." All right, maybe just a tad… Continue

Posted on January 19, 2010 at 16:43

EWW Review in THE Magazine for the Arts - Los Angeles


Edward Walton Wilcox situates his art within the estranged duality of beauty and repulsion. The title of his latest show, Crimes of Romance, gives evidence of this thin veil he has found between life and death, leading to a strange aesthetic of contrasts.

The nature of Wilcox's work lies in a dark Romanticism clearly inspired by techniques and styles associated with the European Gothic and Netherlandish Renaissance. His paintings and sculptures… Continue

Posted on December 17, 2008 at 21:00

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At 13:33 on March 20, 2009, Jackie Pentalioti said…
Great work. You have a fantastic imagination and are a skilled draughtsman.
At 14:36 on October 23, 2008, Edward Walton Wilcox said…
It went well. Sold a few things, that's a very good thing in this market. So I am thankful. I'll put up some pics from the show later today when I get them from the gallery. Thank you for thinking of me.
At 7:43 on October 13, 2008, Jemima Puddleduck- Idiosynchronist said…
It will be great to have your work on the website- we can actually start right away- we'll set up a page for you on the site based upon what you have up on the net, and a link to your site. Once its up you can obviously change anything you want. Good luck with the show!
At 12:41 on October 12, 2008, Enrike said…
Excelente !
I hope you dont mind the comparison, but to me, you are kind of a XXI-century Bosco (El Bosco)
Thanks for sharing your work!
Regards - E
At 13:50 on October 7, 2008, david banegas said…
amezing work my friend....www.davidbanegas.com
At 9:04 on October 2, 2008, Jemima Puddleduck- Idiosynchronist said…
Love the work- a tad idiosynchronist I dare say- be nice if you wanted to join us. Have a look at www.niccosta.com
At 15:40 on October 1, 2008, john kiloh said…
great work.
At 17:41 on September 27, 2008, Joanne Noble said…
love youre work if i had the money and a sutible setting i'd buy all of it.
At 20:43 on September 26, 2008, Assembly Room said…
Justin Strawhand, i know Justins but don't know last names. somebody i should meet?
At 18:56 on September 26, 2008, Edward Walton Wilcox said…
That's extremely kind. Thank you.


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