Artists > Charles Parson

Slash/ B Baseline
Dimensional Drawing
24" x 24"
2016
$1300
Slash/ 24 Hour
Dimensional Drawing
23" x 23"
2016
$1300
Slash Revisited
Dimensional Drawing
24" x 24"
2016
$1300
Segmented Layers of a Place's Moment
Dimensional Drawing
16 1/4" x 32 1/4"
2015
$1250
Untitled, Still and Centered Point Series
Steel, acrylic, and hardware
12" w x 12" d x 28" h
$1350
Five Spaces/ Two Viewpoints
Dimensional Drawing
48" w x 9.25" h x 3" d
2010
$950
Badito Cone Contextual Focal Points
Dimensional Drawing
45 1/4" x 11 3/4"
2013
$1350
Four Primary Views
Dimensional Drawing
2012
$1350
Ascending Pulse
Dimensional Drawing
22" x 18"
2010
$900
Horizon's Focus
Dimensional Drawing
15" x 4 1/2 "
2012
$475
Land Line Score
Dimensional Drawing
44 1/2" x 6"
2013
$950
Origins of Geometry via Landscape
Dimensional Drawing
23 3/4" x 7 1/2"
2014
$1650
Point of Departure/ Base Line Investigation
Dimensional Drawing
45" x 6"
2013
$950
Horizon's Bands
Dimensional Drawing
7 3/4" x 6 1/2 "
$195
From the "Outside of Memory" Series (B)
Dimensional Drawing
Approx 40" h x 52" w x 4"deep
2015
$4200
Ridge-line's Moments
Dimensional Drawing
14" x 96" long
2015
$3000
Emptiness of Time's Absence
Dimensional Drawing
24" h x 94" w x 3" deep
2015
$4500
Lines of Memory
Dimensional Drawing
12" h x 41" w x 6" deep
2015
$2850
From the "Outside of Memory" Series (A)
Dimensional Drawing
Approx 44" h x 52" w
2015
$3200
Horizon's Arroyo
Dimensional Drawing
8" x 16"
2007
$750

In the 60 plus one person exhibits that the artist has presented throughout the United States his work has always focused on Connections. In this particular series, Still and Centered Point the initial work is developed in sketches using sight observation of the panoramic vista sites of the southern Colorado region. This particular work takes this sight observation as a point of departure and transposes it into what the artist believes is a broader abstract visual language, also utilizing industrial/architectural materials in collage form. The circular rings address shifts in time and portrays generational placements. The focus is the central circular form, a lens of sorts. This circular framed space and time is a metaphor juxtaposed on the western horizon, hopefully connecting the viewer with the poetics of this particular moment.