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His work is a superposition of materials, of shapes, colors, drawings that create a world of its own that is visually very rich, so rich that it even creates a world of sound. To be copied is the fate of great artists and Charles Carson will not escape this. His work is extremely unique, and we know from experience that it is very complex to copy his work, but it is also what defines the quality of a great artist, in this case a great Canadian artist.
Scientific expert in art, Expert in the central office against the trafficking of cultural property. This led to attempts to dematerialize landscapes into more abstract and figurative forms. I am flattered that many … have analyzed my pictorial language and commented on its uniqueness and originality.
It would be a terrible plight. Some artists have risen to great acclaim and importance while others fall by the wayside, but the intrinsic stories of the artists are pretty much the same. Each brings his or her own need to communicate to the viewer through a window they open to their soul to express something deeply personal to the next level. I saw that the paintings of Charles Carson have a unique language.
Initially, it was difficult to discern what the abstracts were telling me. Now I understand them very well. The language of the more Impressionistic pieces — the dreamscapes — I felt was very unique with the color usage and balance.
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The florals and seascapes invite you into the space to taste the colors. You are part of the process of whatever this moment is that the artist is describing. You are welcomed into the imagination of the process, which is far deeper than a mere snapshot. Here you will find the inspiration and mystique involving the colors combined with the rendering of the line: The application and creation of the form is married to the colors so that the composition becomes very free, very available for people to enter into. The quality, the union — the synergy — brings success as the artistic statement is there and quite inspiring.
Researching, reflecting and understanding, I could see that Charles has a great drive, capacity and great enthusiasm for the art. The level of his painterly energy carries the artistic statement through, bringing it to life and making it readily understandable. His colors serve the message even as the message serves the color. Carson, through his unique approach and visual language, lets people know immediately through the finished product what is that piece of the dream, that metaphor he is describing — his alphabet, as it were. When you do this successfully, you instantly have the viewer, if not you lose them.
Energetically, when viewing his work, Kandinsky, Mondrian, Picasso and van Gogh come to mind. Although one could say that there are those influences, Carson has a great respect for any artistic process that is authentic, that it is important to avoid ephemeral fashions and trends. He has a tempo. You have to be able to paint in order to extrapolate as if the light is coming through so he applies the paint with a structure and energy that results in an almost kinetic activity in a stationery work of art.
The form that results through this enhanced application of color is obviously from his subconscious yet well-studied intent. His vision allows him to step between the spaces and resultant colors not only emerge, but they vibrate. As one form transitions from dream to reality and reality to dream and the abstract in-between, Carson manages to keep the transparency and the colors incredibly clean, which is rare.
They are built, they have definition and there is a certain texture to the resultant paintings that is complex to arrive at. This combination of harmony and tempo is very complex and difficult to arrive at yet, via his painterly process, Carsonism emerges and it is unlike any other school of thought to date. He set out to be singular, to use the standard materials as no one before him has and he has succeeded.
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There are elements of this work that I have not seen elsewhere nor have I seen this technique done elsewhere. He is the only one in the world doing this style. Founding a process, a language and an artistic technique all his own, Carson is well on his way to taking his place among the great artists of the era. Charles Carson on mai 6, I was also doing g lass etching with a diamond tip. What kind of artist tools did you employ?
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Historian, publisher, writer and art consultant. My first inspirations for the Carsonisme and mosaic movements came from Quebec. Laboratory LAE for analyzing archaeology and works. Over 37 years of publishing an art and cultural magazine, we have had the privilege of meeting so many gifted people over this long a period of time. Charles Carson on juin 12, Charles Carson on mai 15, Thanks to this choice to pursue his unique talent, the fascination with his work will last long past his lifetime. His art, which is both organic and spiritual, often comes as a revelation once we become more sensitive to his message.
He is the innovator of a unique pictorial language or style, of which he is the father and founder. His mosaic technique has a complexity of colour and vibrancy, yet does not leave us clues to his secret. He knows where he is going and, as his audience and art lovers, we simply have to follow. His brushstrokes on the canvas are akin to the soaring notes found in the best alto sax solos.
History will decide that, but in his own time Carson gives a vibrant tip of the hat to the incomparable mystery and uniqueness of life — all of which are reflected in his canvases. From almost the beginning it was understood that Charles Carson would be a success. The perfect coordination of skill, movement, pace and organization and the incredible brightness of his palette remind us of the wonderful paintings from of Jean-Paul Riopelle.
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But Carson, by his clarity and transparency, shows us he is different and of equal quality. It is an abundance of colour and density that sets him apart. He takes us on a trip through a universe of varying dimensions; to discover a world in which living forms are born of his own dreams and reflections — on Earth, over the sea or via the flight of a bird. Charles Carson has embraced his chosen mode of expression with the passion of a master, but he also possesses the nerve of an adventurer and the intellect of a historian. Today, Carson has gained recognition at the international level and become known among art historians and consultants for his unique style.
Born in Montreal in , Carson discovered his calling as he approached his teens. Their genius is a constant source of inspiration. Refusing to follow a predetermined path…I was determined not to offer my work for sale until I had achieved my goal of creating a new pictorial language without any direct resemblance to an existing style or technique. So, Carson embarked on a quest to find his vision — to Europe, Asia, the US and South America, living in a dream world fueled by the sea, forests, wildlife and his lofty personal ideals.
These many journeys gave rise to years of disciplined research to develop the pictorial language with which Carson is now identified. Or, I would use a drill to spin a panel I had coated with different colours of acrylic paint. Not to mention the balloons filled with paint that I would burst over canvases! I even used an old bicycle wheel to spread colours on a canvas to see the effect it produced. After residing in South America for 10 years, he also stumbled upon the true inspiration for his groundbreaking art: Carson is strong, but somewhere in Colombia he found that even the strongest river cannot flow uphill.
It did not take him long to find out the world was upside down and when he discovered this, he sought to make it right. My paintings are vehicles for communication, communion; living works. His auction records at esteemed houses affirm this.
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