Art to me is a daily privilege and as I continue my artistic  journey, I am constantly challenging myself with new ideas.  This page is a good way to track my progress and keep you informed on what's new in my world of color. 

Keeping up with Chuck

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    "Crossroads"
    July 8, 2015
    Doing large scale paintings gives the viewer the opportunity to change the scale statement of any room.
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    "Seattles Morning Coffee"
    July 8, 2015
    Acrylic on canvas 47"x47" shows a view through a typical Seattle house boat. Can you hear the sounds of the harbor?
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    "Thanks Vince"
    July 8, 2015
    Acrylic on canvas 48"w x60"h painting of Vince Guaraldi ( creator of the music for the Peanuts cartoon) gave life to these two dimensional characters. Without the music, we may not have seen these little guys on TV. This piece was purchased two years ago and now hangs proudly in the children's wing of Cookeville hospital, in Cookeville, Tn.
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    The Jensen's new dining space. VERY COOL
    jULY 8, 2015
    Here is a example of what a large scale 6'x9' piece did for our dining room.
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    Jackie
    July 8, 2015
    Acrylic on canvas, 47"x47" Jackie Speier at work making a difference. This piece was a gift from her sister-in-law and is displayed in her office on capital hill in Washington DC.
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    Pat at the Summitt
    july 8, 2015
    Acrylic on canvas, 36"w x48"h Pat Summit with "Pat at the Summitt" is a focal point in the reception area, at the Pat Summit's foundation for the cure of Alzheimer's Disease.
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    Sound of RED
    8/05/15
    Acrylic on canvas 47"x 47". This piece will make quite a statement in any space.
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    "Barnaby and the Zilligong"
    FRIDAY: MAY 16, 2014
    As shown here, this will be the book cover for children's book, "Barnaby and the Zilligong". This illustration along with 18 others complete the 32 stanza poem. This is a must have for all parents and grandparents. Watch for it sometime in 2016.