A Little About Charles

As a self-taught artist, Houseman continues to strive to convey mood and a sense of place in his work. The meeting place between the natural and built environment holds fascination for him, especially in materials, shape and form.Focusing on garden images, especially of the late nineteenth century he is attracted to the romanticism of the Gilded Age, contrasting the glamor of that period with the realities of comtemporary and modern times.

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