"First Light, First Strike" - lithograph by Charles McCaughtry
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- $75 USD
- $50 USD to pr2be3af5
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The item up for bid is a signed lithograph made from an original watercolor painted by Charles McCaughtry. The dimensions are 12" high by 18.5" wide and printed on acid free archival stock.
He paints what he knows, the land, and waters he explores. Drawn to wild areas and nature, quiet places and white water, light and atmosphere, he paints the poetry of a given moment. The relationships of earth, water, air, light and movement motivate his paintings as well as his love of small boats and fly fishing. He gets much of his inspiration while canoeing, kayaking and hiking.
His watercolors have been exhibited widely in galleries, museums, and universities in the United States and Canada, and He has held over fifty one man exhibits. Honors include commissions from the Liberty Bank, Middletown, Connecticut: The Dodd Center at the University of Connecticut, and the Hartford Life Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut as well as many awards from numerous exhibitions. His paintings can be found in many institutional, corporate, and private collections in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Charles McCaughtry was born in Niles, Ohio, graduated from Capital University with majors in Art and History. He subsequently earned a M.A.Ed. degree from the Hartford Art School. Charley has furthered his studies at the Masterclass, Rangemark, Birch Harbor, Maine, and with notables such as Barse Miller, Ed Betts, and Chen Chi. Before concentrating solely on his painting, Charley taught at middle schools, high schools and universities.
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