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This is an impasto portrait of my son focusing on marks,light and contrasting colourwork. The piece measures 35 x 40 cms and is oil on canvas on wood stretcher.
I am inspired by many classical artists and impressionists also contemporary painters and am always trying to develop my own painting style.
I am always trying to take a look at identity in our current society.
You can expect energetic brushstrokes and colour, a passionate work to bring alive any room.
I am a painter and based in London and South America.
My art is a cry for freedom from the critical times we are currently facing worldwide, as afther I guess I also envisage struggle from the point of view for my own child. My work is about humanity using expressive brushwork, colour and subject matter inspired by travel and life ,seeing the underlying beauty in human struggle and the seductive visuals of nature. I also use 35 mm film photography , to create ideas and subject matter.
This piece was written recently about my work by Bouwienn from Try it art in Canada. "Charley’s subject matter, especially his portraits, is heavily influenced by South America, and ancestral reflections. For him, art is about one world, understanding the other; learning from and about each other. It is about acceptance, and freedom of identity, capturing this cultural heritage on canvas. Facial features, expressions, feelings of struggle, and the beauty or sadness of it. Sometimes revealed, sometimes more outward. It is all part of the process of painting for Charley. With an end-result that is not about the aesthetics. “I start with pretty and nice, then I mess it up in a way and go back in to fix it. A painting is not complete without that struggle: did I go too far, did I truly ruin it this time? I cannot leave a painting until I have worked through that state of angst. But I have the freedom to let the process take place. I am an artist, not a designer.”
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