The Artist and The Art:
Charles Wolters was born in San Francisco California in
1936. He died November 26, 2001. Wolters was a fine painter and graphic
artist, respected and admired by colleagues and students. He earned his
B.F.A. and M.F.A. from the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland
California. He continued studies in art at University of California, Berkeley,
San Jose State University and University of Maryland.
He was a teacher of studio art for 30 years. Mr. Wolters was invited to
a plethora of one man shows where he was the recipient of an assortment
Wolters is the recipient of purchase and invitational prizes
and other recognition including: Northern California Invitational, Oakland
Museum California; Forty Now California Painters, Atlanta Museum, Georgia;
Annual, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California; Western Annual,
Fry Museum, Seattle, Washington; Western Annual , Denver Museum, Colorado;
and Auckland Society of the Arts, New Zealand. His work is owned in permanent
private and corporate collections including: ATT; Container Corporation
of America; California College of Arts and Crafts; Seattle First National
Bank, Intel; MGM; American Consulate, New Zealand; Ithica College, Royal
Viking Lines; and Bank of America. Wolters art has been influenced by
the painters Richard Diebenkorn, Harry Krell and Cameron. Historical influences,
style and philosophy include: Piet Mondrean, Kandinsy and Clifford Still.
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