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"Iris & Lemons over Yellows Reimagined"


"Peonies with Papaya & Apricots"


"Flower Medley with Lemons on Red"


"A Calm Moment"


"Headland Vista, Sunny Morning ( Santa Cruz, CA)"

"Kelp & Cormorants"

"Pomegranate with Hellebores"


"Hollyhocks & Plums on Red Tablecloth"


"Arrangement for Spring"


"Never too Mellow"


"Sunflower & Lemons on Blue Table"


"Sunflowers & Pears over Green"


"Streptocarpus with Coffee over Red"

"Small Study with Cyclamen"

"Colors caught in the Wind"

"Small Delphinium study with Green Vase"

"3 Reflection of Ideas in Sunlight-No3"

"Study of Lemons & Orange grouping (four)"

"Arrangement of Orange and Blue"

"Delphinium Study over  Blue"

"Plums and Melon under Stargazer Lillies"

"Delphinium over Violet with Pomegranate"

"Forgotten Medley on Red"

"Delphinium & Melon Segments over Orange"

"Clematis with Limes over Teal"

"Lemons & Streptocarpus on Red"

"Shade by the Headland, Reprised (Pt. Lobos, CA)"

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     Angus Wilson was born and raised in Scotland and has lived in numerous cities throughout Britain. He has worked as a professional artist his entire career (26+ yrs), however his work has been varied and few would say his path to a fine art career was by a traditional route. Originally attending art college in the disciplines of photography, film, and animation, Angus then pursued a career in television and video, as well as the computer entertainment market. Angus worked as a director, producer, editor, and animator, winning international awards for his animation and entertainment products. Throughout this period of his life, traditional painting functioned as a sideline. However in 2004, with growing popularity in his work, Angus made the decision to pursue his fine art career full time. In lighter moments he jokes that his skills have regressed, from cutting edge multi-million dollar CG animation projects to "merely" pushing paint around a canvas!
However there's nothing "mere" about the artists work. It is reminiscent of many post-impressionists, such as Matisse and Cezanne, yet there's a contemporary underpinning that gives his work a powerful kick of originality justifying his ever growing success and loyal following.

     In 2007 Angus relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area, he works mainly in oil and acrylic. He has and continues to be involved in numerous shows, displaying work internationally. His work is collected and held by museums, corporations and collectors worldwide.

Artist Statement

     Within my paintings I strive to create a singularly unique vision of the world. When people view my work they are struck by the bold strokes and strong use of color. Certainly my first response is to color and light, I then find ways to enhance this response.

     Matisse was quoted as stating ‘Seek the strongest color effect possible… the content is of no importance.’ Within my work I find an uncanny resonance and empathy to these remarks. For it is not the subjects I respond to, but their shapes and forms, and the emotions and drama that they produce. I’m drawn to subjects through nuance and often quite subtle lighting effects. However, this is simply a starting point for my creative process. Though initially I work quite closely with my subject, I progressively move away from the source, choosing instead to focus on the canvas itself. A painting should stand alone, and be judged and appreciated on its own merits. There’s nothing drearier than a faithful representation. By working on the canvas alone I can bring more of my vision, my emotions, and passion to the work. Thus, I become closer to my ideals.

     Within my paintings I strive to create a singularly unique vision of the world: a projection of my feelings, and imagination on the subject, providing a distinctive voice that is unlike anything else. Every painter leaves his marks on the canvas. It’s impossible to hide, whether with brush, pencil or knife, we can always see the artist’s mark and recognize the work with how they paint. This identifiability and the importance of ‘having a style’ is fundamental to me. I would feel I had failed unless my work is instantly recognizable and seen as distinctive and unique.



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