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Prints are made to order in Los Angeles and they can take around 5 days to ship. If you see a painting you love and want a print, let me know! Most of my recent paintings can be made into prints upon request. 

If you’d like to see available paintings, please reach out directly charlethbridge@gmail.com











CLIFF HANGERS I POSTER

19 x 27 inches
Printed on Epson Premium semi-gloss paper

Recommended frame - Ribba by Ikea

$40





CLIFF HANGERS II POSTER

19 x 27 inches
Printed on Epson Premium semi-gloss paper

Recommended frame - Ribba by Ikea

$40







GINGHAM SCREAM

20 x 16 inches
Printed on matte fine art paper
Titled and signed

Recommended frame - Hovsta by Ikea
    
 About the painting
Gingham Scream is the largest of many scream paintings I've made over the years. They are dramatic, colorful, and the only portraits in my portfolio. I think they're funny, if a bit on the nose, doubling as a reference to the film and Edvard Munch's iconic painting.

Munch is one of my all time favorite painters and his archive is worth checking out. I recently learned that the coloroing of the sky in The Scream was impacted by the eruption of a volcano in Indonesia, which turned European skys a hazy red hue.

The original painting was made in 2017. It is painted with acrylic on a gingham printed nylon and has dimensions of 42 x 54 inches

$120








GIBSON BEACH PRINT

16 x 20 inches
Printed on matte fine art paper
Titled and signed

Recommended frame - Hovsta by Ikea
    
 About the painting
Gibson Beach is painted on an old tablecloth with a windowpane check, which is visible through thinner sections of paint. Painted with diluted layers of acrylic, this piece highlights dense beachgrass and vibrant flowers found on the Sagaponack beach. It captures a stretch of time I spent on the east end of Long Island. Panicked about life after quarentine and closing out my 20s, I was mostly observing and not making very much. With time and space, I've made some of my favorite work from reflecting back on this period.

Gibson Beach was painted in 2022 and has dimensions of 52 x 40 inches. 

$120






SUNKEN FOREST, MOODY DUSK PRINT 

20 x 16 inches
Printed on matte fine art paper
Titled and signed

Recommended frame - Hovsta by Ikea

 About the painting   
Sunken Forest, Moody Dusk depicts an ocean view from the Sunken Forest on Fire Island. The forest is made up of holly and sassafras trees that grow only as tall as the sand dunes surrounding them. The effect is a heavy canopy shrouding a deep and hidden area of the island. 

This painting is pulled from a period in 2017 when I visited Fire Island in early November. The winter brings dramatic light to island, especially as the sun is rising and setting. I went to the island seeking peace during a particularly painful point as a lost baby gay. It was a harsh and lonely place to be, which is probably why this painting is so moody. 

 I love Fire Island, but it doesn't always provide safety or solitude. Nature isn't a safehaven. It is wild and you can't contain it, and there's something comforting about that. 

The original painting was started in 2017 and completed in 2022. It is painted with acrylic and has dimensions of 80 x 64 inches.
   
$120






FISH LIE PRINT
16 x 20 inches
Printed on matte fine art paper
Titled and signed

Recommended frame - Hovsta by Ikea

 About the painting
This painting is based on a picture I took in Mazunte, Mexico. In town, there is a seafood restaurant that displays their product for people to see as they walk by. All these stunning fish are flopped over eachother on stark white plates. I looked up the restuarant and most of the reviews described a sort of bait and switch happening. They weren’t selling the fish they were advertising. I’m laughing while I write this because it is a literal bait and switch scheme. A fish lie. 

I’ve been painting fish, mostly dead fish, forever. I think it’s their color - irridescent yellows and reds fading into blues and greens - and texture that interest me so much. I’ve always found painting human figures to be too much work (and too easy to overwork as a result) but a fish is all spine and I love that.
$120






    CLOTHESLINE PRINT
16 x 20 inches
Printed on matte fine art paper
Titled and signed

Recommended frame - Hovsta by Ikea

 About the painting
I think of my clothesline paintings as paintings about wind. I love the wind. How it makes everything crisp and focused. On Fire Island, on the windiest days, you can see across the bay in hyper vision and everything is neon green and gray blue.

I made this painting for Kiki. I can’t help but make sweet paintings for her and they’re always the ones I could sell 100 times. 
$120