Charlie Hunter

Charlie Hunter likes to say that his goal is to “paint beautifully that which is not traditionally considered beautiful.” Working in a studio in an old paper mill on the banks of the Connecticut River in Vermont, he explores “what nature does to what man creates” with oil paintings that bridge the worlds of representational and abstract art. Painter Eric Aho writes that Charlie’s “streets and buildings slowly reveal themselves as if seen from the dirty, sooty windows of a train. These are stations and flag stops we pass by with other destinations in mind. Only later do we realize Charlie Hunter’s images have climbed on board with us.”


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Charlie Hunter
Paper Mill 2020 II
oil on muslin panel
30 x 30"
76.2 cm x 76.2 cm
   
Charlie Hunter
Railroad Crossing
oil on canvas
30 x 30"
76.2 cm x 76.2 cm
   
Charlie Hunter
Eastern Township
oil on canvas panel
8 x 10"
20.3 cm x 25.4 cm 
   
Charlie Hunter
Homage to Whistler
oil on linen panel
10 x 20"
25.4 cm x 50.8 cm 
   
Charlie Hunter
Junction
oil on linen
20 x 60"
50.8 cm x 152.4 cm 
   

Charlie Hunter
Blue Streak (Passing Trains that Have No Name)
oil on canvas
18 x 36"
34.3 cm x 91.4 cm
sold

   
Charlie Hunter
302
oil on canvas panel
8 x 10"
20.3 cm x 25.4 cm 
   
Charlie Hunter
Spring Expanse
oil on canvas panel
8 x 10"
20.3 cm x 25.4 cm 
 
 
 
 

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