Artist's description:

Charles Sabourin is originally from Montreal, Canada and has been an artist for over 40 years. Charles is known around the world for his metarealistic paintings. Charles Sabourin's metarealism seeks to depict the reality wich exist beyond that psychological subjective perspective. Charles Sabourin's metarealism proposes not only to communicate further than the pictorial aspect of the perception of other dimension of reality, but also tries to depict the essence of those dimensions and their relation to us as human beings. Metarealism then becomes at tool for the evolution of consciousness; just like in the old day's artists painted sacred art to depict their vision of the reality they perceived trough their spiritual interpretation of other dimensions. Metarealism could be considered a sacred art, in that it also tries to depict, trough a metaconscious perspective, the essence of reality as perceived by a metaconscious mind. Meta meaning, a holistic view of reality as perceived by a supraconscious mind, who sees reality as a whole rather than from a subjective personalized intellectually fragmented point of view. Metarealism is the materialization in pictorial form of the reality of other dimensions and their direct effect, and relation upon us. Metarealism tries to depict the relations between those dimensions of reality and how we psychologically interpret them through our sub mental symbolism.

He studied with the painter Joseph Meisner from which he learned the basics of drawing and painting.

Materials used:

Oil on board

The prisoner / la prisonnière (2014)

$2,500

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