Craig Wilcox goes through eight to ten hours every day in his scriptorium crushing colours, blending extraordinary paints, and getting ready vellum to get 24 karat gold leaf. Whenever it is laid and shined, a fixative is applied, and his enhancing style of calligraphy is conceived. He stated, “I’m intrigued with the historical backdrop of light as workmanship. It started in Roman occasions and formed into a complex and sensitive work of art, rehearsed generally by strict orders through the fifteenth century and the development of the print machine.”
Since the age of twelve, Craig invested expanded times of energy living in Europe, and the Middle East presented to various societies. Disguising their artistic expressions from bygone eras to the present, old images regularly show up in his work merging with his unconventional structures and animals.