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Charles Rowe

Charles Rowe is a painter of Southern landscapes. His images portray the beauty and timelessness of the natural world. He began his art career by attending the School of Visual Arts in New York City and the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver. His life and award-winning art have been showcased in newspapers, televisions and magazines such as Florida Wildlife, Florida Naturalist and Florida Woods & Waters.

In December of 1986, Charles was chosen to paint the Suwannee River for the inauguration of former Florida Governor Bob Martinez. In 1988, 1989 and 1990 Rowe exhibited in the heralded Birds in Art international exhibition held annually at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wisconsin.

Collections of his work have been shown at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville, the Deland Museum of Art. In 1991 Rowe was named Artist of the Year by the Florida Conservation Association in acknowledgement of his many contributions to Florida landscape and wildlife art. Charles Rowe is represented by The Plainsmen Gallery in Clearwater, Florida, and in galleries throughout the Southeastern United States.

These pieces will be featured at the "Wildlife & Western Visions Art Show" on April 27 & 28 at the Plainsmen Gallery in Clearwater, Florida. For more information call 727-726-5100 or go to the Show Preview

 

"Taking Off" Oil by Charles Rowe, 20"x26" $5,100

"Ozello Evening" Oil by Charles Rowe, call or email for pricing info

"Sunlight" Giclee Canvas Print by Charles Rowe, $650

"Deep in the Marsh"  Giclee Canvas Print by Charles Rowe, call or email for pricing info

To see more artwork by Charles Rowe on the Show Preview click here

For more information call or email The Plainsmen Gallery 1-888-779-2240 or art@plainsmen.com