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Described as a "many headed hydra" or simply a 21st century Rennaisance man, artist Edward Walton Wilcox has proven his exceptional talents in all forms of the visual arts. Whether it be painting, drawing, sculpture, furniture, apparel, or even conceptual design for companies such as Universal Studios, Knottsberry Farm, Lego and Disney; Wilcox's distinct sensibility is evident in all. He has been aptly named by critics as a true American Gothic and the work was ascribed the moniker "Southern California Noir" by the the LA Times. Art and Living states, "Edward Walton Wilcox's work exhibits an eerie quality that is hard to keep your eyes off of… the suggestions he makes are often unsettling. His images are dark, yes, but it's a darkness that Wilcox suggests should be more closely examined." Wilcox explains, "I am fascinated with the fine line between beauty and repulsion as I continue to navigate the 'dangerous reaches of the unconscious' whereby a 'romance troubled by nightmares' may be further explored." Born 1967 in West Palm Beach, Florida, Wilcox earned a BFA in Painting with highest honors from the University of Florida, where he also received the Presidential Award for Excellence in the Arts. Wilcox's work has shown in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Palm Beach, Miami, Palm Desert, Seattle, and Berlin, and has appeared in publications such as The LA Times, Juxtapoz, Coagula Art Journal and FLAUNT Magazine and can be found in private and public collections across the United States and abroad.
Male, born on October 30