Simon Wilkins, also known as Corrogamy, is a mixed media artist hailing from Alberta, Canada. His deep connection to nature, forged through his extensive experience in agriculture, forestry, and park management, profoundly influences his art.

Wilkins creates digital collages that reimagine the natural world in whimsical and unconventional ways. His process begins with arranging photographs, which he enhances with heavy body acrylic paint or markers. These images are then scanned and printed onto watercolor paper, a procedure he repeats multiple times until achieving a smooth, polished photographic print.

In his work, Simon explores themes of multiplicity, juxtaposition, and congregation, crafting absurd realities that humorously challenge the existing relationships between animal and human species. His compositions might depict jungles teeming with dozens of tigers, tiny lizards forming schools in the ocean, or Siamese cats joined at the hip. Through these playful scenarios, Simon invites viewers to reconsider reality and embrace new perspectives.

Through his art, Wilkins challenges viewers to envision new realities where animals congregate and interact in fantastical scenarios, offering a fresh lens through which to view nature and its inhabitants.

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Big Cats Small Cats
Big Cats Small Cats

14" x 16"

Monsoon Cats
Monsoon Cats

17" x 17"

Tiger Town
Tiger Town

13" x 17"

Night Swimming in the Galapagos
Night Swimming in the Galapagos

17" x 17"

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Simon Wilkins, also known as Corrogamy, is a mixed media artist hailing from Alberta, Canada. His deep connection to nature, forged through his extensive experience in agriculture, forestry, and park management, profoundly influences his art.

Wilkins creates digital collages that reimagine the natural world in whimsical and unconventional ways. His process begins with arranging photographs, which he enhances with heavy body acrylic paint or markers. These images are then scanned and printed onto watercolor paper, a procedure he repeats multiple times until achieving a smooth, polished photographic print.

In his work, Simon explores themes of multiplicity, juxtaposition, and congregation, crafting absurd realities that humorously challenge the existing relationships between animal and human species. His compositions might depict jungles teeming with dozens of tigers, tiny lizards forming schools in the ocean, or Siamese cats joined at the hip. Through these playful scenarios, Simon invites viewers to reconsider reality and embrace new perspectives.

Through his art, Wilkins challenges viewers to envision new realities where animals congregate and interact in fantastical scenarios, offering a fresh lens through which to view nature and its inhabitants.

Big Cats Small Cats
Big Cats Small Cats
Monsoon Cats
Monsoon Cats
Tiger Town
Tiger Town
Night Swimming in the Galapagos
Night Swimming in the Galapagos
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The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas