Charlie Hunter

by Sarah Judson October 20, 2014

DCF 1.0 Congratulations to Charlie Hunter, who won the Guerrilla Painter award at the Main Street Paint Out in Sedona yesterday. His tonalist style is an alloy of realism and abstraction, based on a deep-rooted sense of design and leavened with an appreciation of mystery, of the process and the oil paint itself. HUNTER_Hunter._Lower_St._Regis_Lake 9x12Shown here are Observed Automobile (top) 8"x16" and Lower St. Regis Lake (above) 9"x12". He also creates large (up to 4x6 feet) studio works. "I like to paint what nature does to what man creates." Shown below is Small Town, 8"x16". hunter small town_LRG 10x18 After graduating cum laude from Yale in art, Charlie found employment in the music world, first as a graphic designer and then as a music manager. He still arranges concerts for Roots on the Rails, long-distance train travel with your favorite singer-songwriters, new friends and magnificent scenery.

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