Miles Howard-Wilks is a multidisciplinary artist, specialising in painting, ceramics, photography and digital art. Thematically his practice is distinctly Australian, featuring landscapes and seascapes with recurring motifs of iconic animals, landmarks and transport. While the imagery in 2D work often combines several themes in one complex vision, Howard-Wilks is singular in his focus, creating detailed compositions featuring trams, magpies and reptiles and their eggs and bones with character and elegance. Miles Howard-Wilks has worked in the studio at Arts Project Australia since 2000. Solo exhibitions include Landscapes, Metro Hoarding Project, Melbourne, 2019; My solo with a magpie in it, Arts Project Australia, Melbourne, 2018; and Sharks and Everything, Arts Project Australia Gallery, Melbourne, 2004. Group exhibitions include, Spring 1883, The Establishment, Sydney, 2017; CLIMARTE Festival, 2017; CCP Salon Exhibition and Competition, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy, 2016; and We Call Them Pirates Out Here: MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. Film screenings include Myscape, Trongate & Collins Gallery, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, 2010; and Animagination Arts Project Australia screening, ACMI, Melbourne, 2008. Collections include the National Gallery of Australia (NGA), National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), City of Melbourne and private collections throughout Australia.