Camila Wilde at her art opening in Belltown, Seattle 2018. Photo by Jessica Butler

Camila Wilde at her art opening in Belltown, Seattle 2018. Photo by Jessica Butler

 

Camila Wilde developed the Energy Paintings as a visual contribution to the #MeToo movement: art inspired by reclamation and vulnerability.

With vivid colors and use of imperfect symmetry, the work evokes abstractions of female anatomy and serves as a translation of female, queer and adjacently quieted voices. The Energy Paintings channel feminine energetic charge and momentum as a source of healing.

In a time that feels politically foreboding and exhausting, the work is intended to emanate positivity, validation and support to victims meanwhile inspire strength to continue sharing our stories.


A Seattle native, Camila Wilde graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Digital & Mixed Media from Western Washington University in 2015. She currently lives and works in Bellingham, Washington as a sock designer and advice columnist.

Tune in to her show on her Instagram story Wednesdays at 9:30PM.

Wilde is self-represented. Commissions are welcome.