Charles Carson is the inventor of a new pictoral movement untitled the Carsonism. A nature’s lover, and an environmental protector, he is a creator, who genius is not very common. He shows us nature that has been filtered through one’s imagination and originality. He takes his models and dips them in a bath of light, give them back their original essence, letting them reach through this luminous and colorful fog, a multidimensional fog. Therefore, we are presented with universal landscapes and are able to visit galaxy of vibrant colors.
Born in Montreal in 1957, Charles Carson has been devoting himself entirely to his art since 1983. Over the years he has participated in numerous exhibitions in Canada, The United States, Europe, Asia and South America. He has also spent 10 of these artistically productive years living in Colombia. Carson has gained recognition at the international level and become known among art historians and conlsutants both for his art itself, and for his unique technique which has been termed Carsonism by these experts.
Winner of the Gold Medal (at the Montreal Salon international des Beaux Arts. Charles Carson was awarded and honorable mention at the 9th Edition of the MIM D’or 2003, at the salon des technologies held in Palais des Congrès in Montreal. Charles Carson is considered by critics to be a major contemporary artist.
Victor Forbes, Historian, Expert and Publisher Art.
Fine Art Magazine, New York, USA