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4001 Bradwood Rd

Charles Heppner

Multidisciplinary
I go here all the time
I go here all the time

2020, Oil on linen, 18 x 28 in.

$2,500

NFS

Late Afternoon, in Autumn, with Trees
Late Afternoon, in Autumn, with Trees

2019, Oil on linen, 44 x 80 in.

$14,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

Sacred Fabric: Heavy Snow
Sacred Fabric: Heavy Snow

2018, UV cured inkjet on Dibond, 34 x 47 in.

$5,800

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behold prayer
behold prayer

2016, Cigar box, archival ink-jet print, encaustic, wood, watercolor, brass screw, 6 x 6 x 2 1/2 in.

$500

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Parque, CDMX
Parque, CDMX

2020, Oil on linen, 24 x 40 in.

$4,000

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one mind body and spirit
one mind body and spirit

2020, Cigar box, archival inkjet prints, wood, shellac, acrylic paint, oil on linen, 5 x 7 x 3 in.

$850

Available in-studio and in online shop

I go here all the time
I go here all the time

2020, Oil on linen, 18 x 28 in.

$2,500

Available in-studio and in online shop

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Charles Heppner

About the Artist

Charles Heppner is an artist currently living in Austin. He was born in Chicago into a large Catholic family where individualism was allowed unfettered. He attended Saint Ignatius College Prep then went on to earn a degree in Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin—Madison. Though always an artist, he has raced bicycles in France, had a career in finance, and is a devoted parent of three. Charles’ practice includes painting, photography and mixed media. His aesthetic has strong connections to nature and spirituality.

Artist Statement

Charles Heppner is moved by the beauty of the awareness of a connection between the finite world of existence and the infinite realm of the universe. This is expressed in his bodies of work, Hortus Noster in Urbe (large floral photographic prints), Prayer Rugs (arboreal composite photographs) and Personal Aesthetic Journey (composite images consisting of watercolors and photographs). Another focus concerns the exploration of the individual’s role in the community, specifically how we communicate, interact and question our origin. This is explored in the bodies of work Sanctum Boxes (mixed media box constructions), Heart Strings (oil paintings) and Sacred Fabric (large photographs of carefully arranged (‘drawn’) cheesecloth).

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