The thing that’s fascinating about Matthew Wilson’s drawings is that he draws the interior and exterior of machines at the same time, as if he has x-ray vision. And, after studying videos of machines, heavy equipment, transportation and amusement park ride, he creates his drawings from memory.
Matthew Wilson is represented exclusively by American Primitive in New York.
// Matthew’s available work //
Recent exhibition history
A Kind of Movement // organized by Jay Wehnert Portland Art And Learning Studios 2019
Ether Here Nor There: Anthony Grant x NIAD // NIAD Art Center 2019
Hailing From Parts Unknown // organized By Curtis Turner NIAD Art Center 2019
Redefining Contemporary Art // organized by Courtney Eldridge Depot Steamboat Springs 2019
It’s Complicated // organized by Kathleen King NIAD Art Center 2018
Give A Little Take A Little: Real Time & Space at NIAD // organized By Lexa Walsh NIAD Art Center 2018
Can Did // organized By Julio Rodriguez NIAD Art Center 2018
All Of The Light // organized by Gina Borg NIAD Art Center 2017
Outsider Art Fair // Shrine NYC booth Paris 2017
For Them That Spitte Blood And Are Bursten // organized by Jon Shibata Yalis’ Cafe Berkeley 2017
Igneous Intrusions // organized by Jon Shibata NIAD Art Center 2017
Overloaded: Contemporary Art, Folk Art And Unique Objects // organized By Phil Linhares NIAD Art Center 2016
Matthew Wilson // NIAD Art Center 2016
We’re Here // organized by Peter Cavagnaro Yali’s Café Oxford Street Berkeley 2016
New Drawings From Matthew Wilson // Yali’s Cafe Stanley Hall Berkeley 2016
Joyful Tidings Of The Golden Future Time // organized by Jon Shibata Yali’s Café Oxford Street Berkeley 2016
Adventure! // organized by Scott MacLeod NIAD Art Center 2015
New Kids On The Block // NIAD Art Center 2015
100 Stories of Belonging in the S.F. Bay Area, edited by Christine Wong Yap, 2019.