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The natural world lives through us and we according to its formative hand. Here, beneath interpretation and judgement; beneath true or false: a world coalesces in the living senses from a horizon we can only belatedly ill-conceive. (C.H.Carver)
Charles Carver started his career straddling the worlds of art and science. His digital art grew out of early experiences participating in laboratory science and scientific visual communication in neuroscience, which led to further experimentation with the digital environment and the philosophical basis of perception itself. After receiving awards for digital art and gaining exposure in a number of fine-art publications, as well as the book "Secrets of Award-Winning Digital Artists", Charles opened Eye and Mind Studio in New Paltz, New York. Eye and Mind Studio brought together his primary interests of artistic creation and philosophy of mind— not from the academic stance, but in the phenomenologically rich descriptive sense of direct experience— as he considers the purview of the artist, musician, or mindfulness practitioner. In time, Eye and Mind Studio closed its doors, however, the basic thrust of the two-sided subject matter and the creative tension between them has led to Charles’ presentation of his work in his Anxious-Buddha website.
Charles H Carver is an award-winning digital artist. His work has been featured in the book Secrets of Award-Winning Digital Artists, Digital Fine Art Magazine, and has been shown in the United States, Australia, Europe and Russia through selection into an elite group of digital artists through International Digital Art Awards, Seybold Seminars Digital Art Awards and MacWorld Digital Art contests. His work investigates the spatial and color relationships that dynamically unfold in ‘cubist’, ‘deco-cubist’, and object-rich arrangements of form. Overt representations, figures and scenes are emergent features that first lend themselves to a dynamic perceptual space that requires unfolding over time, but achieves stability. (See the Animated versions of Charles' artwork for a transitional presentation of that depth-inspired stability).