Charles Blackwell

I’ve been operating on a note of serendipity, moving colors on paper or canvas.  Sometimes I have an image in my mind, but it all changes once I approach the surface, so I use by blindness to execute the final image allowing for it to take on a course of its own.  Producing pieces related to jazz music enables improvisation.  When I hear people say the work is inspiring, then I know that I have managed to create a synthesis between my art and my blindness, and the two move together, working in harmony.  It all comes together in the end.

In the Alleyway, San Francisco

The King's 19th cousin