Charles Kalick


Charles Kalick during his exhibition at Cerulean Arts

My work has always been rooted in the use of the line and the reworking of surfaces. My current work uses the grid for its foundation. The surfaces are etched into to create the painting's pattern. The shifting linear patterns are reminiscent of textile designs, primitive at times. The integration of shifting patterns, line, color and textural surfaces along with architectural & textile influences bring about these works. 

 


Subterranean
, acrylic on wood, 16" x 16"  Available 


What Remains
, acrylic on wood, 16" x 16"  Available 



Monument, acrylic on birch panel, 16" x 16"  Available



Night Lights, acrylic on birch panel, 16" x 16"  Available



RBW1, acrylic on birch panel, 16" x 16"  Available



RBW4, acrylic on birch panel, 16" x 16"  Available