Welcome to the Art Gallery of poet, artist and filmmaker Fred Wilder. A heartwarming story teller, if your heart is fond of terror and tragedy that is. Fred Wilder works with the dark side and has a twisted sense of humor, a bit morbid at times but usually the right time if the evening weather finds you gloomy and your mind has grown dull from industrial noise pollution. Tears pour in from the ramshackle transvestites that often cruise this party scene. Ghost and goblins are popular out on the dance floor as are the lady vampires that frequently gather around the punch bowl, drawn in by the cool red liquid tease. You may wish to consult with a gypsy witch before entering Fred Wilder's Art Gallery, adorn a garlic wreath, a crown of nettles, baby's breath and wolfsbane but do come in all are welcome. Not for the faint of heart as some of the artwork depict frolicking penises and growling vaginas. Tread lightly the deep inner recesses of this gallery for Fred Wilder has let the dogs loose and there are many other more treacherous creatures of the night that make their home here.Poetry of Filth, a new book of poems from Fred Wilder is now available at Amozon.com.
Pocket Full of Film, The essential collection now on DVD.
The Wilder Art Gallery houses a rich sampling of Fred's paintings, automata, and sculptures for the entertainment of those that crave a life after dark and a stroll down gothic paths fraught with danger and mystery. For information regarding the films of Fred Wilder please visit the St. Croix Studios film production website. Be forewarned at Wilder's film screenings popcorn will Not be served. Best to secure a hot cup of spider's legs with an absinthe chaser for you cinematic pleasure. Use the menu buttons at the top of the page to find your way.
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