Charlie Spear


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Reclining Relief




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Peru, IN - United States

Thank you Stafford! I like working in BW sometimes during the year usually season changes.

Queens, NY - United States

I like the naturalism of the composition and the reserve on the detail.

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you, Donna. I think I enjoy this type of gnothic ants do.

Wexford, PA - United States

I really like this Charlie! I am an awe of the detail you acheived with this technique. v/f

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you Helena for comment and V/F!!!

Buenos Aires, CA - Argentina

Fantastic work, Congratulations !!! V/F

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you, Mihyoun! for f/v too.

Gary, IN - United States

Beautiful.....! f/v

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you, Bob! ...for the v/f also!!! :---)

Storybrooke, Maine - United States

Outstanding work of art Charlie! v/f

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you, Paul Sandra Branko Lenore Jane and Allen. It pleases me. :--)

Glenview, IL - United States

Wow - this is stunning work! Thanks for the explanation as well!

Edinburgh, Lo - United Kingdom

Stunning , just like a wood cut linoleum .... Bravo Charlie a mighty fine work

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you Branko very much. I like your Babylon series a lot,

Peru, IN - United States

Thank you Lenore. I'm glad you like it. :-)

Belgrade, Se - Yugoslavia

Beautiful work...v&f

Pueblo, CO - United States

Charlie~I absolutely love prints and this is gorgeous! Fantastic work you are doing, as always. v/f/fb

Maryland Heights, MO - United States

Wow! You are amazing. I've always wanted to try linoleum cuts. Thanks for the inspiration.

Langhorne, PA - United States

Very expressive Charles............thought wood cutting at first.!! stuff.!!...............allen

Arlington, MA - United States

Nice. The printmaking, linoleum cut medium works for you - that "tension in the lines' that infuses so much of your painting is really coming through here. Plus, I can tell by the contrasts in tone and line density, the perspective and form etc. that this is a print by someone who can paint his ass off (if you'll pardon my saying).

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