Charles Vincent's Twist of Fate

by Paul Kinsella
Scene Magazine
May 12, 2005

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In describing this amalgamation, Vincent refers to such artistic blending as "structural-functional architecture brought together with a kind of romantic sensibility of the mythical figures." The result is a series of paintings that are memorable both for their aesthetic mood and exacting detail.

Vincent also depicts the inevitable meeting between industrialization and nature. Rather than expose this as a violent clash, he acknowledges it as necessary, perhaps even natural.

"It's all about that sense of technology encountering with nature, and the push and pull between the two of them." Therein lies the inspiration for framing wistful fairies amongst power lines and abandoned cars.


-Paul Kinsella

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