Miles Howard-Wilks is a painter and ceramicist who also works across photography and digital art. His practice explores Australian landscapes, seascapes, transportation and Australian Rules Football. Recurring motifs of trains, magpies and sharks appear throughout Howard-Wilks’ work, with his imagery often combining several themes into one complex vision. Miles Howard-Wilks has been a regular studio artist at Arts Project Australia since 2000 and has presented two solo exhibitions at Arts Project Australia (2004) and West Space, Melbourne (2015). He has been included in numerous group exhibitions including Spring 1883, CLIMARTE Festival 2017, Centre for Contemporary Photography and Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney). His films have screened at ACMI and Campbelltown Arts Centre. Howard-Wilks’ work is held in collections at the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery of Victoria (as gifted by Stuart Purves), Museum of Contemporary Art, City of Melbourne and private collections throughout Australia.