"Laurentian mountains Quebec - Sold / Sold. - ( laurentian bank collection of canada )"|
acralic on canvas - 120 Inches x 54 Inches
«La painting of Charles the Carson themselves split into two approaches of both separate and further . L’une d’elles out even was baptized by some critics and historians dice l’art dice « carsonisme* » . This approach n’est not easy at describe , but of in general one can talk d’une order infinite slightly oblique keys on the surface boost maximally the perception from there matter and topic , the all s’animant on linen in transparencies subtle everything to made sensational , giving an impression deep has the color . You would say an endless stream of particles – but enough wide – that sweep material with a fascinating regularity , indeed baffling . The second approach , Carson called the quite simply « mosaic » . Like his name l’indique , the latter suggested fragmentation from there form and from there area characterizes the mosaics . In a case in l’autre , there s’agit for the creator dynamize the surface for him give an state other which in s’anime a universe suggestive mightily metaphorical . You notes in particular with the the theme funds marine , as l’artiste operated with many barely and of plastic and narrative relevance . Two approaches , so , two explorations , at scan carefully for fun from there of surprise and of l’étonnement . » |
By robert Bernier , historian in art .