Charles Carson: A Master For Today
"Why Carson? He has a tempo. You can’t just paint and extrapolate unless you know form." (...)
"This combination of harmony and tempo is very complex and difficult to arrive at yet, via his painterly process, Carsonism emerges and it is unlike any other school of thought to date. He set out to be singular, to use the standard materials as no one before him has and he has succeeded. There are elements of this work that I have not seen elsewhere nor have I seen this technique done elsewhere. He is the only one in the world doing this style. Founding a process, a language and an artistic technique all his own, Carson is well on his way to taking his place among the great artists of the era."
Jamie Ellin Forbes,Publisher, Fine Art magazine,NY,founded in 1975