Our Sculptors

Karl Chilcott MRSS

Karl Chilcott grad. as a PhD. based on five years of university studies in history, philosophy & culture, studio at the Swedish West Coast. Exhibitions & art projects in Scandinavia, Canada, Ireland, UK, Iceland, Spain, France, Suisse, Germany, Chile, Australia & NZL
Founder of Nordic Green Art & the Art Age Academy
Discipline
Architectural/Monumental/Relief
Installation/Land/Site-specific
Water
Material
Found Objects
Granite/Marble/Stone
Other
Wood/Paper
Region
Europe

Art may be a game - but it is a serious one.” Caspar David Friedrich

Celebrating Nature in a unique Nordic way is Karls concept and life style. He loves and chose The North with snow and ice, dark seasons and midsummer lights, people feeling for Nature and in the same time longing for places fare away. His studios are landscapes out of time where he in “Essential loneliness” (M. Blanchot) can become a part of a place and a natural art process. Art walking into Nature he is feeling as a discoverer and artist. 

Creating and sculpting he feel physical & philosophical http://www.ileart-sculptures.com/karlchilcott.html.

He want his art works to contribute to a reconciliation between mankind and nature - teaching art & ecology for children and students in Sweden, Switzerland, France, Norway & Australia by running a TreeAcademy based on ecological materials, ideas and methods.

Percipi Arte Library N° 1 - 12

2013 

The Last Stop, ISBN: 978-91-980768-0-6; Ireland

Choice of Direction, (catalogue) ISBN: 978-91-980768-1-3

2014

Catalan Earth, ISBN: 978-91-980768-2-0; Spain

Jardarteikn ISBN: 978-91-980768-3-7; Iceland

2015

The New Found Land ISBN: 978-91-980768-4-1; Canada/Newfoundland

Dream Land - ISBN: 978-91-980768-5-1; Australia

2016

Floating Rocks - ISBN 978-91-980768-6-8; Faroe Islands 

2018

Highlands - ISBN 978-91-980768-7-5; Art Walks, Scotland 

Lava Poetry I Impact - ISBN 978-91-980768-8-2;

Lava Poetry II Flow - ISBN 978-91-980768-9-9

2019

Moby Dick - a ghost story ISBN - 978-91-983734-1-7 

An ecological marin art project with children and pupils in Sweden supported by Längmanska Culture Fond

2020

Spring Spaces - ISBN 978-91-983734-0-0  

Art Walks in the Alps Prättigau, Graubuenden, Switzerland