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Rod Charlesworth

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Partial archive of works recently collected:
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About The Artist

"In my paintings I try to evoke feelings and emotions about places, instead of rendering strict analytical representations of them. I use colour as a structural tool to bring out what I feel is essential in terms of light, dark, cool and warm. This in turn brings out the spirit of the painting.

The world around us is forever changing. The many moods of the Canadian landscape provide a formidable challenge for me as a painter. I hope that upon observing my work, the viewer will understand something of what I feel about painting."

Rod Charlesworth was born in Terrace, BC in 1955. At the age of seven he moved to the Okanagan Valley where his fascination for drawing and painting developed. He still lives in the Okanagan, although much of his subject matter is derived from various areas of Western and Eastern Canada.

Rod's work is represented in many corporate and private collections in Canada and the United States. He is also represented by fine commercial galleries throughout Canada.