KRAKUS SENIORS
GREENPOINT, NEW YORK
HOPE GARDENS SENIORS
BUSHWICK, NEW YORK

2016. Set of 18 full color postcards, offset printed. Each 4 x 6 inches. Print Run: 100 sets. $30 (+$10 shipping)

Watercolour painted from life at Krakus Senior Center, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York.

Also available at Printed Matter, New York City.

 

BEAU FLEUVE

2006. 32 full color pages, offset printed, saddlestitch binding. Print Run: 2000.

$7 USD (+ $10 shipping).

 

A narrative based portrait of Buffalo, NY, alongside other parts of USA and Canada. This bookwork justifies a love of hanging out, through a series drawings of actual little moments experienced. Stories include Wild Bill’s racist & sexist thoughts; bicycle culture; fine wine drinking; metal detecting; an immigration tragedy; etc.

 

Available at Printed Matter, New York City: https://www.printedmatter.org/20894

 

Available at Art Metropole, Toronto, ON. Canada:

https://artmetropole.com/shop/4198

30% OF BUFFALO

2006-09. Numbered edition: 1250. 44 full colour pages, offset printed interior. 3-colour letter-pressed covers with tipped-in image. Saddlestitch binding. Publisher: Booklyn Artists Alliance, Brooklyn, NY. $17 USD (+ $10 shipping).

 

"30% Of Buffalo... Is Functionally Illiterate" features portraits of adult learners and tutors from Literacy Volunteers of Western New York and Erie County whose stories provide insight into how the ability to read can impact lives.

One in three residents in Buffalo, NY is functionally illiterate. On a national level, between 41% and 44% of adults with the lowest literacy skills live in poverty. 60% of prison inmates are illiterate. 76% of adults on public assistance are illiterate or unable to read more than the simplest of texts.*

Captured through Wheatley's sequential drawings of "life observed" at Literacy Volunteers are the realities of illiteracy and its interrelationship with levels of freedom, self-esteem, poverty, and crime. Beyond this expository function, the book serves as an emotive testament to our ability to listen and empathize with one another's personal experiences through recognition of our universal contention for survival. - Written by Cori Wolff

* Literacy Volunteers of Buffalo & Erie County, Inc.  "Literacy Facts and Resources."  2009

Also available at Printed Matter, New York City: https://www.printedmatter.org/catalog/26847

BRETT'S BALL

2007 / 2014. Full colour, perfect bound, 48-pages with rubber stamped details. $15 USD (+ $10 shipping).

The story of a fleeting moment between Wheatley and 2 teenage Parks Canada summer employees on July 22nd, 2007 at about 1pm at the Visitor’s Welcome Centre, near her Parks Canada barn studio, in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Charmaine spent the rest of her artist in residence working on that snapshot in time. Brett’s Ball celebrates Canadian abundance while making visual the importance of ‘downtime’ in the workplace.

Also available at Printed Matter, NYC: https://www.printedmatter.org/catalog/39561

 

 

 

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2016. Set of 17 full color postcards, offset printed. Each 4 x 6 inches. Print Run: 100 sets. $30 (+$10 shipping)

Watercolour painted from life at Hope Gardens Senior Center, Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York.

Also available at Printed Matter, New York City.

 

A set of prints published by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 2015, includes 20 individual color prints contained in a 3-D printed custom tin. Signed, numbered, limited edition of 300. Available exclusively through the Museum gift shop.

$75. SOLD OUT

 

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