Archive for the ‘Hamptons’ Category

BEST FRIENDS!

March 8, 2012

Recent painting by Charles Wildbank is a commission for a collector in the Florida Keys. This canine painting “Best Friends” posed a challenge in that it depicts a pair of English Setters, one of which has long been deceased. It is a comfort that the two are reunited on canvas reminiscing of their glorious days together.

The scope of artist Charles Wildbank’s art commissions is never confined within any one genre. He has painted murals for the Queen Mary 2, portraits of celebrities, surreal seascapes, portraits, florals, still life and classical automobiles. His art can be viewed at his latest webpage http://wildbankfineart.com

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Wildbank Summer of 2011 in the Hamptons

January 8, 2012

Mary McGuire interprets "Golden Wave" painting

Host Audrey Johnson and Mary McGuire Wien offers their interpretation on Wildbank’s Art at his public event during August 2011 in Bridgehampton at the Laurel Group of Baywoods. Interview is concluded by our caterer “Sen” of Sag Harbor in front of Wildbank’s “Wave” triptych mural.

Audrey Johnson’s news coverage is in three parts:

Artist Charles Wildbank

How to have fun while you paint

Golden Wave painting- Charles Wildbank

Wildbank launches new Art Portfolio site

December 17, 2011

"Golden Wave" painting in gold leaf by Wildbank

New portfolio format has a built in dimension information (size) and detail (zoom) navigation links for each painting. Viewers will have improved ease of visualising a particular painting in its architectural interior surroundings.  Also enclosed at bottom of portfolio page is a link for a complimentary e-brochure containing more information about artist Charles Wildbank. Many of the listed artworks are current and available to art collectors direct from Wildbank Studios in the wine country of eastern Long Island’s North Fork.

Wildbank answers question on Art

November 26, 2011

Painting by Charles Wildbank

Watch Wildbank on YouTube as he answers question on Art: Should Art reflect decay of our society? Questions were culled from fans in facebook for this new Art series keeping art collectors informed on the artist’s vision. He compares his points with those of 17th century artist Francisco Goya on the horrors of war. Post your questions on Wildbank’s facebook wall here.