Sculptor Bates Wilson (B. 1960) has exhibited with the gallery since 2009. During the past ten years the scale, ambition and execution of his diverse oeuvre has attracted corporate and private collection interest both nationally and internationally. His monumental work is in the collection of Norwegian Cruise Lines, Plan Do See Inc in Osaka and Fukuoka Japan, and the New York Historical Society. Private collections include Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia and the UK. The origins of his work involve the use of discarded industrial materials including metal and wood, used to create imagined fauna; billfish, large mammals, bio-morphic airplanes, steam punk surfboards, and larger than life insects. His work is exciting, dynamic and accessible to both the general public and collectors who are attracted to both the subject matter and execution of his work. The gallery has held numerous one man exhibitions of his work and he has exhibited at FADA Los Angeles, Art Next Chicago and twice during Miami Art Week at SCOPE International Art Fair (2018, 2019).