Chuck Pinson

With little regard for the world of art critics or stifling academia, Chuck desires to connect with those who share a love for his style and imagery. The pursuit of artistic excellence in beauty and meaning has meant many years of experimentation and practice to produce the paintings you see today. The creation of each image is given weeks of diligence. Special consideration is given to the scene depiction, color coordination, execution of detail, illuminating qualities, and meaning. Although influenced by the work of The Hudson River School Painters, G. Harvey, and several other artists, Chuck is most often compared to Thomas Kinkade. While similarities may exist between any two certain authors, musicians, actors, or artists, who are working within the same genre, Chuck’s interests lie in developing completely original works that fit with his imagination and communicate his vision.
Designs by Chuck Pinson