Bex Wilkinson

Hailey, Idaho, United States

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I am a multimedia artist working mostly in acrylic, gouache and pastel, as well as plaster casting, encaustic, and glass. I am always exploring complex global topics, including the transgender movement, health care systems, and recently the pandemic. These topics have fueled my emotional and expressionist creation. I am influenced by the early German and Neo-expressionist movement and the surrealists. The former inspires a deeper investigation of the nuances of contemporary society, the latter helps me translate personal and societal struggles onto canvas. After the suicide of my beloved, I took on the topics of death and mortality in my work. However, I do not want to get stuck in the narrative of negativity, but hope to transcend it by expressing the beauty, and sometimes the comedy and terror of such grim circumstances.

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Man, 2021

Acrylic, Encaustic and Glitter on Linen

52" x 50"


Woman, 2021

Acrylic, Encaustic and Glitter on Canvas Board

70" x 38"


Struggle, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

108" x 144"


The House That Jack Built, 2019

Mixed Media & Acrylic on Panel

61.5" x 49"


Snow Kissed, 2018

Charcoal & Graphite on Paper

27.5" x 19.5"


Pandemic Self Portrait, 2020


12" x 16"


Ode to Maryan + His Lover, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

96" x 120"


Humpty Dumpty, 2018


5" x 7"


Drunk, 2020

Charcoal & Graphite on Paper

27.5" x 19.5"