|TYPE:||Archival Pigment Ink on 330gsm Cotton Paper|
|SIZE:||11 x 14 Inches|
|RELEASE DATE: Sep 15 2011|
As we see in Jelly Face, most of Charlie's work plays with the juxtaposition of Happy and Dark. The bright rainbow colors suggest a happy scene, but those colors only mask the gore and innards of Charlie's characters. He plays with your emotions in this painting. The smooth, rainbow-colored skin splits open to show a smiling skull that is dripping with candy apple colored “Jelly.” You may be a little grossed-out, but you’re also smiling.Charlie has shown at Gallery 1988 as well as having a huge solo show at Roq La Rue. His work has even been featured in Hi-Fructose Magazine. We'd say he's on a fast train art super stardom.