Michael Wilkinson's art is imbued with themes as universal as they are timeless. His work resonates with, and affirms the highest yearnings of the human spirit. From the beginning, Wilkinson's aim was to work exclusively in bronze, but in 1984 he became interested in clear acrylic, finding in its optical properties new possibilities for conveying the ideas central to his art. Now he devotes himself to creating both bronze and acrylic sculpture. His work is very much of the same school of Frederick Hart.
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