...to view inside Wildbank's new architectural portfolio

...Wildbank's "Cool Wave" presented in Westchester Cottages and Gardens, October 2008 issue...go here to view entire decor

...to view inside book in pdf format

...Charles Bourke Wildbank is an eminent Photorealist artist whose bold, detailed, close-up, large-scaled visions entice and embrace viewers. Wildbank is always in motion: traveling, attending openings, conducting workshops, networking, learning, trying new approaches.

...Wildbank's treat for April Fools Day: "Megabyte" acrylic on canvas, 57" X 57"

...Wildbank's art on Christie's Auction catalog cover: Wildbank donates his Golden Buddha art to Tibet House at Christie's Auction Benefit, Rockefeller Center, December 1, 2008

...Wildbank's favorite lounging divan in bedroom is dominated by "Luvin' Wave" painting in background as this virtual Persian cat sits in Wildbank's place

Wildbank studio update, November 2008

... you can now post your art commments on Wildbank 's ART BLOG FOR ART LOVERS

...Wildbank presents his completed "Jerusalem" mural to patron Mr. Adam Katz

Wildbank on the third deck of the Queen Mary II, inspecting the hanging of his 18 ft high murals: "England" and "America"...more QM2 photos

Wildbank at South Street Gallery 2008

...finishing up detail

portrait of Red Boy

Wildbank and Mary present Gallaudet University's former president I.King his American Sign Language art

Wildbank at Hamptons exhibit during summer 2007

One of his brushstrokes during summer 2007 (actually swimstrokes)

In Memoriam: My Teacher Marcel Marceau 1923-2007

In Memoriam: Luciano Pavarotti 1935-2007

Wildbank in sun at Ocean Reef Club 2006

Wildbank's Meditation Forest

Highlights of Art & Yoga Workshop in Giverny, France 2006

Charles and Mary in Italy 2005

Wildbank at Sadler's Wells Theatre, London 2004

wet & wild in Hawaii 2003

wildbank 2001 fall exhibit

Artist Charles Wildbank accompanies host Christie Brinkley in front of his Classic Packard painting showpiece at May 2001 Concours d'Elegance in Bridgehampton, New York. Photo by Debbie Tuma