Master Charles CARSON in permanents exhibitions at the :
GALERIE D'ART RICHELIEU - (MONTRÉAL) 1 (514) 381 -2247
LISS GALLERY (TORONTO) 416-787-9872
INGLEWOOD FINE ART GALLERY - (CALGARY) 1-(403)-262-5011
GALERIE D'ART RICHELIEU - (MONTRÉAL)
Mme Colette Richelieu, directrice
7903, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, Québec H2R2G2 / Tél : (514) 381-2247
FINE ART LISS GALLERY,
M. Brien Liss and David Reed
112 Cumberland Street, Toronto, Ontario,
M5R 1A6 - Main: 416-787-9872
INGLEWOOD FINE ART GALLERY - (CALGARY)
M. Michel Arseneau, director
1223b - 9th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0S9 / Phone: 403-262-5011
Canadian Artist, Charles CARSON
DOCUMENTARY GRAND MASTER CHARLES CARSON
CREATOR OF "CARSONISM"
DOCUMENTARY CARSON : http://youtu.be/LejAeKgACyg
Fine Art Magazine - Spring 2009 - USA - Master Charles Carson - HEROS OF CREATIVITY - Carson to the ism
By Jamie Ellin Forbes & Victor Bennett Forbes
Charles Carson has embraced his chosen mode of expression with the passion of a master, the nerve of an adventurer, and the intellect of a historian. Born in Montreal in 1957, he discovered his calling as he approached his teens. Frustrated at an early age with his own futile early attempts at originality, Carson went on a quest to find his vision — to Europe, Asia, the US and South America, living in his own dream fueled by the sea, forests and wildlife and by his lofty personal ideals. Carson was strong, is strong, but somewhere in Colombia, he found that even the strongest river cannot flow uphill. He became infatuated with the world's fragile beauty; indignant in the face of man's lack of conscience. It did not take him long to find out that the world was upside down, and when he discovered this, he sought to make it right. His brushstrokes on the canvas are akin to the soaring notes found in the best alto sax solos. May one dare say David Sanborn and John Coltrane in the same breath as Charles Carson?....history will decide that, but in his own time, M. Carson gives a vibrant tip of the hat to the incomparable mystery and uniqueness of life — all of which are reflected in his canvasses. A cool cat painting the world, he's reached his cruising speed and hit a rhythm he calls "more than hectic. It's a state of mind that propels me."
Charles Carson, as the innovator of his new pictorial language as motif is credited as father and founder of the art movement entitled "Carsonism." He is a nature lover and environmentalist who reflects and incorporates his ingenious view, as affirmed universal metaphor, in his personal lens of vision. The artist demonstrates Nature, as filtered through his imagination, deploying a creative extrapolation of evocative image. His works, being widely collected, attest to their appeal. Carson's auction record at esteemed houses suggest that. He shares his passion on canvas to inspire others to see what he has found in expressing the creative beauty abundantly surrounding all.
In 1997, noted art expert, Caroline Bruens, founder of the Académie Internationale des Beaux-Arts du Québec, says it this way: "Carson takes his models and dips them in a bath of light, giving them back their original essence, allowing them to reach through this luminous, colorful, multidimensional fog-like atmosphere. In viewing Carson's artistry, we find ourselves confronted by universal landscapes, with an open invitation to visit a new and unexpected galaxy of vibrant colors."
Finding his passion for painting in 1970, Charles Carson began to work within traditional motifs, gaining inspiration from his environment. These first works were figurative. He found in the end, however, they were inhibited and unsatisfactory in stating his own artistic needs. On the journey to create his own approach, abstract and figurative gestures were combined. This technique, along with his unique depiction of pictorial image as written universal glyph, rapidly affirmed his creative vision as a talent distancing himself from other stylistically know motifs......
For further information and very interesting website, visit www.charlescarson.com
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