New Oil Paintings by Rod Charlesworth in Victoria!

June 09, 2020 1 min read

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We've received two new oil paintings at our art gallery in Victoria, British Columbia!  It didn't take long for a collector to view the new painting on our website and purchase it immediately.

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Above Image: Pacific Rim Portal 30"x40" by Rod Charlesworth (SOLD)

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Above Image: North Coast Passage 12"x16" by Rod Charlesworth

If you are interested in seeing more work by Rod Charlesworth, please follow this link to his collection.

Artist Bio

Born in northern British Columbia, Rod Charlesworth moved to Kelowna at the age of seven. Originally influenced by surrealism in his earliest paintings, he attended Okanagan University College in the 1970s where he discovered the Group of Seven and impressionism. This inspired his keen interest in experimenting with colour and the physical qualities of paint. Although acknowledging his education and technical training, Charlesworth still considers himself a self-taught artist.


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