Charlie Meckel

Artwork

A Street Corner at Night, 2018

Charlie Meckel

A Street Corner at Night, 2018

oil on canvas

14 x 17 in

$770.00

Demer, "Two Man Show" -August 2019

Charlie Meckel

Demer, "Two Man Show" -August 2019

oil on linen

14 x 17 in

$1,200.00

Hopper Grafitti, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Hopper Grafitti, 2018

oil on canvas

33 x 50 in

$6,400.00

Lonely Companions, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Lonely Companions, 2018

oil on canvas

14 x 17 in

$800.00

Monolithic , "Two Man Show" -August 2019

Charlie Meckel

Monolithic , "Two Man Show" -August 2019

oil on canvas

27 x 23 in

$3,200.00

Monsoons, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Monsoons, 2018

oil on canvas

14 x 17 in

$770.00

Nomis, from "Two Man Show" - August 2019

Charlie Meckel

Nomis, from "Two Man Show" - August 2019

oil on linen

22 x 42 in

$5,200.00

Peor Debut, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Peor Debut, 2018

oil on canvas

34 x 44 in

$5,500.00

Rain, from "Two Man Show" - August 2019

Charlie Meckel

Rain, from "Two Man Show" - August 2019

oil on linen

22 x 42 in

$5,200.00

Rolling Stock, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Rolling Stock, 2018

oil on canvas

23 x 27 in

$2,300.00

Santa Fe Sky, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Santa Fe Sky, 2018

oil on canvas

27 x 23 in

$2,300.00

The Turbid Sky , "Two Man Show" -August 2019

Charlie Meckel

The Turbid Sky , "Two Man Show" -August 2019

oil on linen

14 x 17 in

$1,200.00

Train Graffiti, 2018

Charlie Meckel

Train Graffiti, 2018

oil on linen

17 x 14 in

$900.00

White Tank Car TILX

Charlie Meckel

White Tank Car TILX

oil on canvas

23 x 27 in

$2,000.00

Wonder in the Sky, from "Two Man Show"- August 2019

Charlie Meckel

Wonder in the Sky, from "Two Man Show"- August 2019

oil on linen

22 x 42 in

$5,200.00

Zia Engine 29

Charlie Meckel

Zia Engine 29

oil on canvas

32 x 28 in

$3,200.00

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Charlie Meckel
Born in a Northern New Mexico one-room adobe without electricity or running water, Charlie Meckel began building his artistic foundations early in life. At the age of 8 he learned linear perspective and massing and proportioning of figures from How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way, by Stan Lee. He left home at the age of 13 and since has roamed the less frequented areas of the western states and Mexico. While studying to become a paramedic in college, Charlie began taking art courses. He participated in figure drawing groups, and mentored with a few select artists. The scientific knowledge that he gained from studying biology proved beneficial with his art studies. Studying the anatomy and physics benefited and changed Charlie's perspective on art. In his early twenties, Charlie officially committed to art as his profession. Meckel explores an eclectic variety of subject which are unified by a deep yearning for knowledge, sensitivity to emotive qualities, and an overarching gestalt of the expansiveness of life. As evidenced by his subject matter he has been attracted to the road less traveled, spending time around train yards, industrial parks, and wild lands. For Charlie, oil paint has been the ultimate medium.
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